Bridging the generation gap: enlisting student support to improve well-being.


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

Lesley Hobbs, Tony Charlton and Stuart Wright describe a study in which older secondary school students were supported and helped to befriend ‘low interacting’ care home residents, including those with dementia.
Author/s: Lesley Hobbs, Tony Charlton, Stuart Wright
Vol: 18, Issue: 6, pp36-39





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