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  • Views of caregiver for their role in providing care to elderly people-family members who have cognitive disorders.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Department of Social Work
    Authors: Krasoudaki, Spyridoula; Melekou, Maria; Skoulli, Anna
    Thesis advisor: Papadaki, Eleni
    Publication Date: 27-05-2009
  • Secondary dietary prevention of Alzheimer’s disease: theory and practice.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition (STeGTET), Department of Nutrition and Dietetics
    Authors: Epitropou, Anna
    Thesis advisor: Chatzi, Vasiliki
    Publication Date: 18-02-2015
    The quality of life in older people is strongly associated with cognitive function. Cognitive dysfunction can be affected by many factors, diet being one of the most important. Just like other organs, brain is particularly ...
  • Assessment of cognitive function and psychosocial needs of patients with Alzheimer's disease.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Vlastou, Anna-Liza; Skarpou, Antonia-Anna
    Thesis advisor: Kleisiaris, Christos
    Publication Date: 2018-05-08
    Introduction: Both Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and Frailty syndrome are more prevalent in older adults compared to the general population. However, the true figures of this relationship are conflicted especially in ...
  • The burden of family caregivers for dementia patients.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Health Sciences (SHS), Social Work Dept.
    Authors: Georgadaki, Eirini-Maria; Eleni, Asimina
    Thesis advisor: Prokopakis, Emmanouil
    Publication Date: 2021-04-22
    With the advancements of society and science, the human life expectancy has increased greatly. As a result the number of elderly people has also increased; That is, the number of people over the age of 65. In this age ...
  • The burden of the carers of elderly people suffering from Alzheimer's disease and dementia in selected rural and urban areas of the prefecture of Heraklion.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Department of Social Work
    Authors: Koutsaki, Georgia; Tsantiraki, Sofia
    Thesis advisor: Oikonomou, Aikaterini
    Publication Date: 2020-06-23
    Nowadays due to the increase of the average life expectancy, all individuals above 65 years of age typically belong to the third and fourth Age population. This population, however, is not homogeneous; it consists of a ...
  • Study the needs of caregivers of patients with alzheimer.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Koulouri, Theodora; Perifanou, Eleutheria
    Thesis advisor: Stauropoulou, Areti
    Publication Date: 11-06-2009
  • Quality of life in patients with Alzheimer' s disease.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Tziraki, Kalliopi
    Thesis advisor: Plaitis, Emmanouil
    Publication Date: 2018-10-16
    The “Alzheimer” type incompetence is a primary degenarative disease diagnosed for the first time, commonly after the 65th year of the age, mostly in females. The aim of this paper- research is to acknowledge the causes and ...
  • Emotional reactions of students of TEI Heraklion to persons with Alzheimer disease.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Health and Welfare Services (SEYP), Nursing Department
    Authors: Zografaki, Aikaterini; Karagiani, Entela; Karagianni, Eleni
    Thesis advisor: Pachoumi, Despoina
    Publication Date: 2018-03-13
    Aim The aim of the thesis is to access emotional reactions of students of TEI Heraklion to persons with Alzheimer Disease (AD)and assess the associations of perceptions of threat of AD , personal experiences with AD and ...
  • Design and development of interactive application for the prevention of Alzheimer's disease.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Engineering (STEF), Department of Informatics Engineering
    Authors: Kyriakopoulou, Marina
    Thesis advisor: Vidakis, Nikolaos
    Publication Date: 2017-05-04
    Research has show that the systematic involvement of a person, with games, which are designated to exercise memory and concentration, contributes to long-term preservation of the human memory and therefore leads to the ...