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Dementia in home and community care


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  • Website: Canadian Institute for Health Information
  • Resource type: Article

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Adults with dementia that live at home have complicated care needs. This resource provides information about caregiving for a person with dementia, and about how to transition into long-term care.


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Keywords

Alzheimer's, memory, remember, forget, think, cognition, cognitive, brain, caregiving, long-term care, assisted living


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Rated on: 11/5/2018 9:47:34 PM

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