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Care homes achieving realistic movement strategies (CHARMS)

Care homes achieving realistic movement strategies (CHARMS)

Functional iconDevelopment of an intervention programme theory to increase movement in care homes for people with cognitive impairment: Care homes achieving realistic movement strategies (CHARMS) Link to full text

Main findings:

  • Context appropriate interventions increase movement/physical activity in care homes.
  • CHARMS materials guide care homes to develop movement/physical activity strategies.
  • Older people in care homes benefit from movement/physical activity.
  • Increased movement/physical activity needs change in care home culture.


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