1. Comprehensive Gerontological Assessment:
– Department of psychology: cognitive, affective and behavioral status.
– Department of speech: naming, verbal fluency, verbal comprehension, reading, writing, listening and swallowing.
– Department of occupational therapy: functional capacity.
– Department of physiotherapy: balance, march, articulate and muscular capacity.
– Department of nursing: vital signs, nutritional status and state of the skin.
– Department of social work: collection of social and family data.
– Department of medicine: diagnosis, medical history and treatment review.
– Research department: electroencephalography and others.
2. Clinical sessions:
– Interdisciplinary meetings on follow-up of cases.
3.1. Individual interventions:
– Multi-sensorial stimulation for dementia (Snoezelen room).
– Telegerontology: Computer-based cognitive stimulation.
– Physical and functional rehabilitation.
– Rehabilitation of language, speech, voice, hearing and swallowing.
3.2. Group interventions:
– Multi-component physical activity.
– Physical activity, creative movement and psychomotricity circuits.
– Going-out activities.
– Work therapy.
– Aromatherapy, horticulture and circuit of psychomotricity outside (garden of the senses).
– Therapy with animals.
– Orientation to reality therapy (TOR): basic and advanced.
– Cognitive stimulation (level 1, 2 and 3).
– Reminiscence therapy.
– Stimulation of the oral language (level 1, 2 and 3).
– Workshop on writing and reading (level 1, 2 and 3).
– Workshop on praxias and gnosias (level 1, 2 and 3).
– Workshop on activities of daily living.
– Leisure and holiday activities.
– Intergenerational activities.
4. Family intervention:
– Individual psychotherapy intervention.
– Advice on economic and social resources.
– Comprehensive advisory of the users.