‘Unawareness’ in early dementia: symptom of disease, 31


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

People in the early stages of dementia are often said to be ‘unaware’ or to ‘lack insight’ – a judgement usually made without taking psychosocial factors into account. Linda Clare explores the issues, outlines a new approach that considers the perspective of the person, and describes a study based on this approach.
Author/s: Linda Clare
Vol: 10, Issue: 4, pp31-36





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