Recognising the needs of children of younger people with dementia.


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

While research has explored the impact of caring on younger people, little is known about the impact on children of having a parent with dementia. Emma Svanberg summarises the process children go through in order to adapt to dementia in a parent, and suggests ways in which services can take their experiences into account.
Author/s: Emma Svanberg
Vol: 18, Issue: 4, pp35-37





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