Dementia services in remote and rural areas

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

Anthea Innes, Anne Mason, Sylvia Cox, Paula Ribiero and Annetta Smith review current research on provision of services to older people and their carers in remote and rural areas across the UK, with specific reference to Scotland. They consider the policy implications for dementia services in this context
Author/s: Anthea Innes, Anne Mason, Sylvia Cox, Paula Ribiero, Annetta Smith
Vol: 11, Issue: 4, pp33-37

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