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Effect of Involving Community Dwelling Older People Receiving Meals-on-wheels in Activities in Relation to Meals

2017-09-25 03:52:27 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The clinical study's hypothesis is that community dwelling older people receiving meals-on-wheels can have an improvement in health-related quality of life and muscle strength, being involved in their own food and meals compared to not being involved in their own food and meals; that is usual community home-care and meals-on-wheels.

Study Design

Conditions

Frail Community Dwelling Older People

Intervention

A rehabilitation process involving collaborative goal setting with a case manager about managing own food and meals

Location

The Danish Dietetic Association
Copenhagen
Denmark

Status

Active, not recruiting

Source

The Danish Dietetic Association

Results (where available)

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