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'...the slow death of the intellect'
 — coping with the care of ambulant dementing older people: report of Scottish National Conference, University of Strathclyde, June 1984
Corporate AuthorAge Concern Scotland
PublisherAge Concern Scotland, Edinburgh, 1984
Pages47 pp
KeywordsDementia ; Services ; Conference proceedings ; Scotland.
AnnotationPapers presented examined, first, some profiles of good practice: caring and home and in the community; Williamswood House, a Church of Scotland eventime home for the confused elderly; and psychiatric services at Dingleton Hospital, Melrose. The second part, on strategies, considered 'coping', strategies for planning a better future for carers, and a guide for local action. The conference was organised in co-operation with the Alzheimer's Disease Society Scotland, the Scottish Council for Carers and their Elderly Dependents, the Scottish Health Education Group, and the Association of Scottish Local Health Councils. (RH).
Accession NumberCPA-930812199 B
ClassmarkEA: I: 6M: 9A

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