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Title: Dying well with an intellectual disability and dementia
Authors: Service, Kathryn Pekala
Watchman, Karen
Hogan, Mary
Janicki, Matthew
Cadovius, Nicole
Berankova, Anna
Contact Email: Karen.Watchman@stir.ac.uk
Issue Date: Nov-2017
Citation: Service KP, Watchman K, Hogan M, Janicki M, Cadovius N & Berankova A (2017) Dying well with an intellectual disability and dementia, Australian Journal of Dementia Care, 6 (5), pp. 28-31.
Abstract: As more people with intellectual disabilities live into old age, the prevalence of dementia in this group is increasing. Kathryn Service, Karen Watchman and colleagues examine the challenges to dementia practice presented by intellectual disability
URL: http://journalofdementiacare.com/
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