Doll Therapy in Dementia Carer
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Doll Therapy in Dementia Carer

Kay de Vries Deputy head, School for Health Sciences and head of the Centre for Health Research, University of Brighton

This book is an engaging read from beginning to end. It explains the needs of people with advanced dementia and how doll therapy is one of many approaches to engaging in person-centred care.

Nursing Standard. 32, 3, 33-33. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.3.33.s38

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