Communication and dementia: how can we help families?


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

Helping families and friends come to terms with a person’s dementia and learn to see every behaviour, challenging or otherwise, as a form of communication should be a priority for all care staff, says Lesley Hobbs. She gives practical guidance that can be shared with relatives, friends and staff teams
Author/s: Lesley Hobbs
Vol: 17, Issue: 2, pp2 (20-21)





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