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Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) is recognised by NICE as a psychological treatment for dementia producing results comparable to those of medication (Spector et al 2003.

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  • Spector, A., Thorgrimson, L., Wooods, B., Royan, l., Davies, S., Butterworth,M et al (2003). Efficacy of an evidenced-based cognitive stimulation therapy programm for people with dementia:Randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 183, 248-254.
  • Spector, A., Thorgrimson, L., Wooods, B., and orrell, M. (2006). Making a difference:An evidenced-based group programme to offer Cognitive Stimulation Therapy to people with dementia. London:Hawker publications.

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