Dementia as a disability: can we learn from disability studies and theory?

Can disability studies improve our understanding of dementia? Ruth Bartlett reviews literature in the field of disability studies, outlining how certain ideas and approaches to conceots such as empowerment and independence can contribute to our understanding of the range of social barriers faced by people with dementia.
Author/s: Ruth Bartlett

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