Communication: a matter of life and death of the mind


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

John Killick’s work of listening to and recording the words of people with dementia has convinced him that they do retain insight into their predicament. The barrier which they (and we) have to fight against is the language in which to express their thoughts and feelings.
Author/s: John Killick
Vol: 5, Issue: 5, pp14-15





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