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Dementia (London). 2019 Jul;18(5):1948-1958. doi: 10.1177/1471301216673918. Epub 2016 Oct 7.

The Cognitive Daisy - A novel method for recognising the cognitive status of older adults in residential care: Innovative Practice.

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School of Psychology, University of Lincoln, UK.

Abstract

The Cognitive Daisy is an innovative assessment system created to provide healthcare staff with an instant snapshot of the cognitive status of older adults in residential care. The Cognitive Daisy comprises a flower head consisting of 15 colour coded petals depicting information about: visual-spatial perception, comprehension, communication, memory and attention. This study confirmed the practicality of the Cognitive Daisy protocol for assessing cognition in a sample of 33 older adults living in residential care and endorsed the use of the Cognitive Daisy as a tool for recognising the cognitive status of care home residents.

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Cognitive Daisy; cognitive impairment; dementia; person-centred care; residential care homes

PMID:
27758959
DOI:
10.1177/1471301216673918

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