Does play demean people with dementia?


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

Many people with dementia respond positively to play-based activities – but their use remains controversial. Describing their own group work and its evaluation, David Pulsford, Irene Connor and David Rushforth argue that people with dementia may not see it as “play” in the same way we do.
Author/s: David Pulsford, Irene Connor, David Rushforth
Vol: 7, Issue: 5, pp14-16





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