Information and dementia – making it work in communities

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By Professor Charlotte L Clarke, Norman Rickard & Dr Catherine Gibb – Community, Health & Education Studies Research Centre, Northumbria University

One of the key concerns in developing services in dementia care is the provision of information, as described in the UK Dementia Strategy for example (DoH 2008). Different ways of sharing information are necessary for different people, and so the location of these examples ranges from a website, to a church hall and to a university seminar room.

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