There’s so much to hear, when you stop and listen to individual voices

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

John Killick has been writer in residence for Westminster Health Care for the past two years. He tells Sue Benson about his work encouraging and helping individuals who have dementia to express their thoughts and feelings.
Author/s: Sue Benson, John Killick
Vol: 2, Issue: 5, pp16-17

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