Putdowns and uplifts: signs of good or poor dementia care


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

The ‘new culture’ of care has enabled carers to identify and avoid negative ways of relating to people with dementia. In the fourth article in our series on DCM, Daniel Kuhn and Jane Verity marry these ‘putdowns’ with the other side of the coin: positive ‘uplifts’ that enhance well-being
Author/s: Daniel Kuhn, Jane Verity
Vol: 10, Issue: 5, pp26-28





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