Jimmy: assessing and exploring unmet needs


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

In this fifth case study demonstrating the support model used by the Newcastle Challenging Behaviour Service, Ann Scott and Tania Hutchinson describe their work with staff caring for an elderly man whose agitated behaviour in the evenings caused problems for them and for other residents
Author/s: Ann Scott, Tania Hutchinson
Vol: 16, Issue: 5, pp30-33





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