Dementia guide for Carers and Care Providers
by Mark Barratt
Publisher: Smashwords 2016
Number of pages: 192
This guide offers practical information for anyone caring for a person with dementia, and has been developed in collaboration with healthcare professionals, educators and carers. The guide aims to support an understanding of the progressive nature of dementia and the challenges a person caring for someone with dementia may experience. Its focus is on living well with dementia.
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