Using Dolls to Enhance the Wellbeing of People With Dementia in Residential Care
Nursing times 2010 Oct 5-11; 106(39): 18-20
An increasing body ofevidence suggeststhe use of dolls can have a positive impact on people with dementia in residential care. This literature review explores the benefits and potential problems of using dolls as a therapeutic intervention in dementia.
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