It’s good to talk – man to man

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

Louise Sainsbury, Gillian Gibson and Esme Moniz-Cook describe a community-based social group which gave men with early dementia an opportunity to meet and talk with their peers, and support each other.
Author/s: Louise Sainsbury, Gillian Gibson, Esme Moniz-Cook
Vol: 4, Issue: 5, pp20

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