What happened to personhood?

Murray J (2024 What happened to personhood? Journal of Dementia Care 32(3) 28-29. We need to re-think our language and consider how we support personhood, which then underpins relationship-centred care, says Jane Murray. If we see the world from the point of view of the person with dementia, lying can be positive and kind. Jane...

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To play or not to play – that is the question

  Are humour and play a valid part of dementia care or is it too serious to be joked about? John Killick, in the first of a series of articles considering what has changed in dementia care over the past 30 years, describes how he revised his views on the value of laughter in the course of care.  In this journal in...

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