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"Dementia Care" is a book by Nancy Mace.
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Making Difficult Decisions by Julian C. Hughes, Clive Baldwin
INTRODUCTION AND REVIEW The unique ethical dimension to dementia care is that people with dementia, who were once able, cannot now make decisions for themselves. In Chapter 3, we indicated the correct process for making decisions under these circumstances. Such decision-making needs to accord with the local legal framework, which in the United Kingdom involves an assessment of capacity and then, if the person is not competent to make the required decision, ...
by Colin R. Martin, Victor R. Preedy
Determining how to apply the self-awareness model to dementia care is a future task ...
by Ellen Braaten
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