Let’s stir up the outdated activity centre culture in care homes

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

Managers and staff need to see for themselves how enjoyable activity can transform a person’s health and well-being. That is the best way, perhaps the only way, to change attitudes and beliefs, writes Tessa Perrin
Author/s: Tessa Perrin
Vol: 13, Issue: 4, pp26-27

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