The dual task gait and stepping study is recruiting 20 older people with dementia who will aim to complete physiotherapy-prescribed stepping and walking exercises while undertaking a secondary task (e.g. naming animals) for 3 months (with the assistance of their caregiver). The main goal is to determine if home-based dual task gait and stepping training is feasible, acceptable and safe for use in older people with dementia.
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