Spirituality, religion and faith in dementia care


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

Despite the many definitions of ‘spirituality’, there is an increasingly united sense of its importance in dementia care. Malcolm Goldsmith reflects on what religious and spiritual ideas have to offer, and on relations between churches and people with dementia
Author/s: Malcolm Goldsmith
Vol: 12, Issue: 4, pp28-29





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