Acknowledging the man, not the behaviour


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

In this third case study demonstrating the support model used by Newcastle Challenging Behaviour Service, Emily Janes and Louisa Shirley describe how the team worked with staff to help them understand the underlying needs behind an older man’s sexual disinhibition
Author/s: Emily Janes, Louisa Shirley
Vol: 16, Issue: 1, pp20-24





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