Telling our story: good practice in respite care.


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

There isn’t enough good quality respite care and there should be, say Reg De Soysa, Pauline Grayson, John Grayson. With Tony Ryan and Mike Nolan they describe the development of a new CD-ROM/DVD training tool.

Author/s: Reg De Soysa, Pauline Grayson, John Grayson, Tony Ryan, Mike Nolan
Vol: 18, Issue: 6, pp12-13





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