How to help couples have better conversations

Posted on September 14th, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Speech and language therapy should be part of a care programme for someone with the primary progressive aphasia type of dementia, but what form should the therapy take? Anna Volkmer and Suzanne Beeke favour a ‘better conversations’ approach

Vol 23, No 5, Pages 22-24

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