How to ensure optimal care for people living with dementia
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How to ensure optimal care for people living with dementia

Patricia Pope Dementia consultant and trainer, All About Dementia

There are 106 types of dementia and they affect the brain in different ways. Front-line nurses can help to support people with dementia – as well their families – with a number of coping strategies

Whether we work in a clinic, in the community, in a care home, on an NHS ward or have a desk job administrating services, we need to have good, solid practical information to pass on to each other – and to the public.

Primary Health Care. 28, 5, 24-26. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.5.24.s23

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