Title: Cognitive rehabilitation in patients with mild cognitive impairment

Authors: Kurz, A., Pohl, C. Ramsenthaler, M., & Sorg, C.

Year: 2009

Summary: A 4-week cognitive rehabilitation program demonstrated effectiveness in improving outcomes related to mood, cognitive function, and activities of daily living (ADLs) in people with mild cognitive impairment. These improvements were not demonstrated in patients with dementia. Read more.

Key Words: mild cognitive impairment (MCI), cognitive rehabilitation, activities of daily living

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