What do people with dementia most value in life?


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

Research so far suggests that it is the social, interpersonal and emotional aspects of life and care, along with physical health, that matter most to people with dementia. Chris Dabbs describes a pilot project which found evidence to support these conclusions, and offers a framework to help improve quality of care and well-being.
Author/s: Chris Dabbs
Vol: 7, Issue: 4, pp16-19





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