Art-based digital interventions for older people living with cognitive impairment and dementia: a mixed method systematic review

Saima Nafis

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Abstract

The use of digital technology in art interventions, particularly to improve wellbeing, has gained significant popularity in recent years. However, no previous systematic review of the effectiveness of digital art interventions for older adults living with cognitive impairment or dementia in residential care and other settings has been conducted to my knowledge. This review will explore the impact of digital art interventions in residential care and other settings. We will synthesise available evidence about the effectiveness of digital art apps to improve the quality of life for frail older people living in the real-life residential settings.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPROSPERO
Publication statusPublished - 21 Mar 2018

Keywords

  • Art and technology
  • Dementia
  • Digital arts
  • Digital innovation
  • cognitive
  • Dementia Care
  • art and health
  • leisure activities for old people
  • Digital health
  • ageing population
  • Health and Well-being

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