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ISSN: 2161-0460

Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Carrie A. Ciro

Carrie A. Ciro Department of Rehabilitation Science University of Oklahoma Health Sciences USA


 Dr. Carrie Ciro Assistant Professor, Primary Investigator (WOC), Oklahoma City VAMC , Associate Member, Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center, Director of the Occupational Performance Laboratory. Her reaserch interest Intense, task-specific training to improve functional performance in people with dementia: Through this project, we are examining the efficacy of an intense task-specific training program to improve functional performance and delay decline in participant/family selected goal areas in people with dementia. The AROUSE (Adults Reaching for Occupation, Understanding, Strength and Engagement) project: In the project, we are translating an evidence-based community health program into a local apartment community for low-income older adults in order to improve engagement in healthy occupation, minimize depressive symptoms and increase use of personal resources. (Co-Investigators: Patsy Smith, PhD, RN, College of Nursing)


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