|Mean change score|
|Outcomes||Cognitive stimulation||Activities||Mean score difference (CI)|
|*ADAS-Cog = Alzheimer’s Disease Assessment Scale—Cognition; CAPE-BRS = Clifton Assessment Procedures for the Elderly—Behaviour Rating Scale; Cornell = Cornell Scale for Depression in Dementia; Holden = Holden Communication Scale; QoL-AD = Quality of Life—Alzheimer’s Disease; RAID = Rating Anxiety in Dementia. Other abbreviations defined in glossary.|
|MMSE||0.9||−0.4||1.14 (0.57 to 2.27)|
|ADAS-Cog||1.9||−0.3||2.37 (0.64 to 4.09)|
|QoL-AD||1.3||−0.8||1.64 (0.09 to 3.18)|
|Holden||0.2||−3.2||2.3 (−0.45 to 4.15)†|
|CAPE-BRS||−0.2||−0.7||0.40 (−0.9 to 1.69)†|
|RAID||−0.5||−0.7||−1.30 (−3.48 to 0.87)†|
|Cornell||0||−0.5||0.12 −1.56 to 1.31)†|
Cognitive stimulation therapy improved cognition and quality of life in dementia
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