The Deep Thinkers Group


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

Ruth Burgess describes how a group for people with dementia, run by the Alzheimer’s Society North Tyneside branch, brought mutual support and fun for its members. The group had a wider influence too, on dementia awareness and services locally
Author/s: Ruth Burgess
Vol: 13, Issue: 5, pp22-25





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