People with a learning disability: their concerns about dementia


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

Now that people with a learning disability live longer, more of them are developing dementia. In planning the services they need, an important first step is to ask them what they think. Heather Wilkinson, Diana Kerr and Catherine Rae report.
Author/s: Heather Wilkinson, Diana Kerr, Catherine Rae
Vol: 11, Issue: 1, pp27-29





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