Person Centered Care for People with Dementia: Opportunities and Challenges
This introduction to the Fall 2013 issue of Generations describes what person-centered care means, especially for people with dementia, and touches on articles that will address how to implement it in a wide range of healthcare, residential care, and home- and community-based care settings. The article also provides detail on the definitions of person-centered care for all people, alternate terms that are used, and ongoing initiatives to increase the availability of person-centered care.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2013
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- Practitioners and researchers in the field of aging have long relied on Generations to provide them with in-depth research, practical applications, and valuable insight into the lives of older adults and those who work with them. Each issue features several articles on a single topic, guest-edited by one or more recognized experts in the subject area, and includes contributions from a range of practitioners, researchers, policymakers and elders. Authoritative and comprehensive, Generations offers a wide range of perspectives on relevant and timely topics in aging. This is what makes Generations an ideal resource for professionals, academics and anyone interested in aging.
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