People with a learning disability and dementia: reducing marginalisation


Posted on November 14th, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

While the voice of people with a learning disability and people with dementia are increasingly included in research and practice, the same cannot be said for people who have both a learning disability and a dementia. Karen Watchman reviews the literature in order to identify factors that have contributed to this lack of consideration in health and social care policy and practice.

Vol 20 No 5, 34-38, September/October 2012





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