Recently published research articles have equated the intervention of occupational therapy in the Alzheimer’s disease with the effectiveness of drug therapies. It is important to start with the intervention as soon as possible in order to delay the development of the disease and to maintain maximum autonomy for the people.

This interesting article by Cecilia Toucela Rey, one of the occupational therapists of Afaga, brings us a little bit closer to the world of occupational therapy: what it is, what it is for, how it is applied in care facilities and how it can be used by caregivers in their everyday life.

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