Placing the person at the centre in the diagnosis of dementia


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

Jill Manthorpe and colleagues interviewed people with dementia and family carers about their experience of the ‘dementia journey’, from when they first sought help to diagnosis and afterwards. Their study identified key features of service response which could be improved.

Author/s: Jill Manthorpe
Vol: 19, Issue: 4, pp37-38





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