A cost-effective alternative?


Posted on December 17th, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Volunteers in Swansea have been engaging people with dementia in group activities as part of a pilot project run by Age Cymru Swansea Bay. Their feedback has guided the organisation on the targeted support and training needed when the service is rolled out across Swansea. Rachael Doeg reports.

Vol 21 No 1 Page 14





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