Tijdschrift voor Gerontologie en Geriatrie

, Volume 49, Issue 2, pp 72–80 | Cite as

Kwaliteit van leven van verpleeghuisbewoners met dementie voor, tijdens en na het spelen met de tovertafel

  • Leonie Bruil
  • Marian J. M. Adriaansen
  • Judith W. M. Groothuis
  • Ercolie R. Bossema
Article

Samenvatting

De ‘Active Cues Tovertafel’ is een nieuw spelconcept binnen de verpleeghuiszorg. Het bestaat uit lichtanimaties die op een eettafel worden geprojecteerd en reageren op bewegingen van de spelers. Het doel van dit exploratieve, quasi-experimentele onderzoek was om de kwaliteit van leven van verpleeghuisbewoners met matig ernstige of ernstige dementie na te gaan voor, tijdens en na het spelen met deze tovertafel. De kwaliteit van leven werd nagegaan middels de Qualidem en de DS-DAT. Van de 34 geïncludeerde verpleeghuisbewoners was 62 % vrouw en de gemiddelde leeftijd 86,5 jaar (standaarddeviatie 6,2). De Qualidem liet een kleine tot middelmatige verbetering zien tot in de week ná het spelen met de tovertafel in ‘negatief affect’, ‘rusteloos gespannen gedrag’ en ‘positief zelfbeeld’ (p ≤ 0,04). De DS-DAT liet tot een uur na het spelen een matige verbetering zien ten opzichte van een kwartier voor het spelen (p < 0,001). Concluderend, tot in de week na het spelen met de tovertafel lijkt sprake te zijn van een betere kwaliteit van leven bij verpleeghuisbewoners met matig ernstige of ernstige dementie. Vervolgonderzoek is echter nodig om de resultaten van dit exploratieve onderzoek te bevestigen en na te gaan of de verbeteringen daadwerkelijk aan de tovertafel kunnen worden toegeschreven.

Trefwoorden

dementie tovertafel multisensorische stimulatie kwaliteit van leven 

Quality of life of nursing home residents with dementia before, during and after playing with a magic table

Abstract

The ‘Active Cues Magic Table’ is a new game concept within nursing home care. It consists of light animations projected on a dining table and responding to movements of the players. The aim of this exploratory, quasi-experimental study was to examine the quality of life of nursing home residents with moderately severe or severe dementia before, during and after playing with this magic table. Quality of life was assessed with the Qualidem and the DS-DAT. Of the 34 nursing home residents included, 62% were female and mean age was 86.5 years (standard deviation 6.2). The Qualidem showed a small to moderate improvement in ‘negative affect’, ‘restless tense behavior’ and ‘positive self-image’ up to the week after playing (p ≤ 0.04). The DS-DAT showed a moderate improvement up to one hour after playing compared to a quarter of an hour before playing (p < 0.001). In conclusion, the quality of life of nursing home residents with moderately severe or severe dementia seems to improve up to the week after playing with the magic table. However, future research is needed to confirm the results of this exploratory study and to examine whether the improvements can truly be ascribed to the magic table.

Keywords

Alzheimer’s disease Multisensory stimulation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Leonie Bruil
    • 1
  • Marian J. M. Adriaansen
    • 2
  • Judith W. M. Groothuis
    • 3
  • Ercolie R. Bossema
    • 2
  1. 1.Slingeland ZiekenhuisDoetinchemNederland
  2. 2.Hogeschool van Arnhem en NijmegenNijmegenNederland
  3. 3.Meander Medisch CentrumAmersfoortNederland

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