Just what is person-centred dementia care?

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

We use the term “person-centred” very loosely in dementia care, but it is important to understand and acknowledge the distinct contribution of Rogerian person-centred counselling to the “new culture” we champion today, and to learn from its theory and practice, writes Ian Morton.
Author/s: Ian Morton
Vol: 8, Issue: 3, pp28-29

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