A life worth living to the full, with or without dementia

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Professional carers need to recognise that, not only is life worth living for people with dementia, but their quality of life can improve. Our key role is to use our knowledge and skills to help people realise their full potential, writes Claire Biernacki.
Author/s: Claire Biernacki
Vol: 16, Issue: 3, pp17-19

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