The brain and person-centred care 3.Division of function across the cerebral cortex – what it means for people with dementia


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

In the third of this series on the brain and dementia care, Elizabeth Milwain explains how damage to a specific area of the brain can cause specific difficulties for a person with dementia, and guides care staff on the individual support they may need to give.
Author/s: Elizabeth Milwain
Vol: 18, Issue: 2, pp6 (23-28)





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