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Psychological Interventions For Dementia: Putting the Person at the Centre of Care (BPS)

Summary The British Psychological Society’s Dementia Advisory Group has produced a report on the psychological aspects of dementia care; particularly covering the roles of psychologists in providing practical support. Recommendations are presented concerning: Prevention / risk-reduction. Assessment. Planning of care. … Continue reading

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