A cognitive perspective on training in care homes


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

Training which looks at care assistants and their work with people with dementia from a cognitive perspective – the way thoughts and images are influenced by mood and vice versa – can be extremely helpful, say Ian James, Ian Powell and Katherine Kendell in this first of two articles
Author/s: Ian James, Ian Powell, Katherine Kendell
Vol: 11, Issue: 3, pp22-24





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