Helping carers cope with the uncertainty of dementia
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Helping carers cope with the uncertainty of dementia

Lynne Pearce Health journalist

Admiral Nurse Mary-Jo Anson provides invaluable primary care support to families living with someone experiencing dementia

For Admiral Nurse Mary-Jo Anson, the unpredictability of dementia ensures her role is always interesting. ‘Nobody presents in the same way; you walk into a different situation every time you visit a family,’ she says. ‘I’ve never felt my job is repetitive.’

Nursing Standard. 37, 1, 71-72. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.1.71.s22

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