Reading dementia: ‘Try your best to think from both sides’


Posted on March 14th, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

How do we ‘read’ dementia and how much insight might people have into their own condition? Sarah Hesketh discusses an investigative project based on the stories of three people who lived in the same care home

Vol 24 No 2 Page 24





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