I am particularly interested in laughter therapy and have set up a website on such (which gives research/experience based info. on the use of laughter as a therapeutic tool... including info I have been given permission to use by Dr. Hunter 'Patch' Adams who I have been in correspondence with). Now, I know that there MUST be some info. re: the use of this re: Alzheimer's/Dementia care, but I cannot find any! I generally use this kind of therapy on a day to day basis in and out of work and have done for a long time... but if anyone can PLEASE give me any help re: sites/resources/articles etc. I'd be most appreciative, as I would like to investigate this further... I've been to day centres and worked on wards where I've had many a good laugh WITH patients/clients/service users and I think a great time's been had by all - this is something I would like to continue to do. Any help gratefully appreciated. I'm NOT going to put a link to me site here at this point... I'm not here to spam my own interests I assure you... but I will put the link in later if any responses necessitate it. For now, I'm looking forward to any replies that can help. Thanks in advance... and thank you to all who take the time in reading this. N.