Effects of exergaming in people with dementia: a systematic literature review

JM van Santen, RM Droes, Marije S. Holstege, Olivier Blanson-Henkemans, JK van Rijn, Ralph J. de Vries, Annemieke van Straten, FJM Meiland

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Abstract

- Physical exercise offers (mental, social and physical) health benefits to people with dementia
- Exergaming offers both physical exercise and cognitive stimulation in a feasible, fun and relatively safe way
- There are only a few controlled studies into the effects of exergaming in dementia
- There are no controlled studies into the cost-effectiveness of exergaming in dementia
- Research with methodological sound designs and bigger sample sizes is needed to investigate this further

Conference

Conference27th Alzheimer Europe conference 2017
Abbreviated title27th AE conference
CountryGermany
CityBerlin
Period02/10/201704/10/2017
Internet address

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van Santen, JM., Droes, RM., Holstege, M. S., Blanson-Henkemans, O., van Rijn, JK., de Vries, R. J., ... Meiland, FJM. (2017). Effects of exergaming in people with dementia: a systematic literature review. Poster session presented at 27th Alzheimer Europe conference 2017, Berlin, Germany.
van Santen, JM ; Droes, RM ; Holstege, Marije S. ; Blanson-Henkemans, Olivier ; van Rijn, JK ; de Vries, Ralph J. ; van Straten, Annemieke ; Meiland, FJM. / Effects of exergaming in people with dementia: a systematic literature review. Poster session presented at 27th Alzheimer Europe conference 2017, Berlin, Germany.
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Effects of exergaming in people with dementia: a systematic literature review. / van Santen, JM; Droes, RM; Holstege, Marije S.; Blanson-Henkemans, Olivier; van Rijn, JK; de Vries, Ralph J.; van Straten, Annemieke; Meiland, FJM.

2017. Poster session presented at 27th Alzheimer Europe conference 2017, Berlin, Germany.

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van Santen JM, Droes RM, Holstege MS, Blanson-Henkemans O, van Rijn JK, de Vries RJ et al. Effects of exergaming in people with dementia: a systematic literature review. 2017. Poster session presented at 27th Alzheimer Europe conference 2017, Berlin, Germany.