The impact of doll therapy on well-being of people with dementia


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

Interest in doll therapy is growing but it remains controversial. Here Kimberley Minshull describes how she introduced doll therapy to a dementia assessment ward in Edinburgh.
Author/s: Kimberley Minshull
Vol: 17, Issue: 2, pp4 (35-38)





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