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Written by Erin Coulter, Published on August 28, 2018

As a new clinician, I struggled with providing cognitive therapy to my patients with dementia. I would give them word finds, crossword puzzles, and other simple worksheets to pass the time; however, while this material may have been stimulating them, I did not understand the purpose or see the benefit. That’s when I started asking questions and researching.

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