‘It doesn’t matter what you do, you finish up with nothing’

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

Kim Wylie shares a case history, involving intensive sensory experiences to nurture more caring, open and supportive interactions with residents. William’s story also shows the profound effect of a care home’s political and organisational environment

Author/s: Kim Wylie
Vol: 19, Issue: 5, pp30-32

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