Tailor-made cognitive stimulation.

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

Susannah Thwaites and Anita Sara explain how staff on an inpatient ward took the ideas of cognitive stimulation therapy and developed individualised boxes jam-packed with ideas for one-to-one working.
Author/s: Susannah Thwaites, Anita Sara
Vol: 18, Issue: 5, pp19-20

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