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Once Weekly Spaced Retrieval Training can Lead to Learning in People with Dementia. Chris Materne, Mary Luszcz & Malcolm Bond. Have no real or apparent conflicts of interest to report. Conflict of Interest Disclosure Chris Materne, B Psych (Hons) Mary, Luszcz, PhD Malcolm Bond, PhD.

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Once Weekly Spaced Retrieval Training can Lead to Learning in People with Dementia.

Chris Materne, Mary Luszcz & Malcolm Bond

conflict of interest disclosure chris materne b psych hons mary luszcz phd malcolm bond phd
Have no real or apparent

conflicts of interest to report.

Conflict of Interest DisclosureChris Materne, B Psych (Hons)Mary, Luszcz, PhDMalcolm Bond, PhD
rationale
Need exists for a range of nonpharmacological options in response to increasing incidence of dementia

Spaced retrieval has demonstrated effectiveness when delivered intensively and with individuals with moderate to severe dementia

Rationale
aims of study
Assess effectiveness of spaced retrieval training delivered once per week in community dwelling individuals

Identify if any long term benefits

Ascertain relationship of spaced retrieval training effectiveness with range of cognitive measures

Aims of Study
spaced retrieval
Practise at successfully recalling information over progressively longer intervals

Ultimate goal - ability to recall information and/or use skills over clinically meaningful periods of time

Spaced Retrieval
sidney
Male 81 years old

15 years education

MMSE = 13

Sidney
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Female 94 years old

11 years education

MMSE = 19

Ruth
april
Female 88 Years old

10 years education

MMSE = 25

April
spaced retrieval training retention
Spaced Retrieval Training Retention

Entries show number per category

conclusions
Spaced retrieval training generally well tolerated by people in early & moderate stages of dementia

Appears to be effective form of memory training when delivered weekly to achieve a variety of goals

Appears to be fairly robust post-training, with scope to enhance retention

Conclusions
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