Cautionary tales: accounts of dementia in fiction


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

Jill Manthorpe discusses whether people with dementia are empowered through their representations in comtemporary fiction, and considers the scope of this medium to offer a genuine resource for the training of staff in dementia care settings
Author/s: Jill Manthorpe
Vol: 13, Issue: 4, pp34-35





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