Regarding a hospice-based service for people with dementia.
“Willow Wood Hospice in Ashton-under-Lyne established a specialist nurse-led service for people with dementia in 2012. We report here its development and experience over a five-year period”.
Regan, A. Tapley, M. [and] Jolley, D. (2018). Five years’ experience of a hospice service for people with dementia. Journal of Geriatric Care and Research. 2018, Vol.5(2): 73-78.
Death Not a Great Leveller?
Possibly of indirect interest, the concept of “culturally competent” hospice care:
Campbell, A. (2019). End-of-life care not ‘culturally competent’. London: BBC Health News, June 15th 2019.
“Differences in culture, religious practices and language barriers have been cited as reasons why Asian people might be reluctant to access end-of-life care”.