What does ‘neighbourhood’ mean for carers of people with dementia?


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

Richard Ward, Andrew Clark and Matthew Hargreaves outline the findings of a study that looked at how carers of people with dementia relate to their neighbourhood, and the implications that has for improving local support
Author/s: Richard Ward, Andrew Clark and Matthew Hargreaves
Vol: 20, Issue: 2, pp33





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