Care assistants’ views and experience of ‘challenging behaviour’ in dementia


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

Care assistants are a vital but neglected and undervalued resource in dementia care. Colin Macdonald reviews research in three relevant areas – ‘challenging behaviour’, models of care and the care assistant role – and reports on a study of care assistants’ views on their work with people with dementia
Author/s: Colin Macdonald
Vol: 15, Issue: 4, pp33-34





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