After diagnosis, before a crisis: what’s really on offer?

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

Graham Stokes, Kate Ross and Catherine de Swardt argue the case for care management and question whether dementia advisors can offer the vital ongoing support that people with dementia and their carers need.

Author/s: Graham Stokes, Kate Ross , Catherine de Swardt
Vol: 19, Issue: 2, pp23-25

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