How to make a change for the better


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

When your aim is to achieve a change that will improve your service to people with dementia, careful thought and planning are vital at every stage. Lynne Phair and Valerie Good give the benefit of their experience.
Author/s: Lynne Phair, Valerie Good
Vol: 3, Issue: 6, pp15-17





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