Based on Care at Home for People Living with Dementia, by Christine Ceci and Mary Ellen Purkis, this policy briefing covers key messages and policy recommendations around the limits of prescriptive, macro-level approaches to dementia planning.
The policy recommendations focus on re-conceptualizing how personnel and material resources are deployed in community settings, and how, in addition to planning for numbers of people requiring assistance, policy makers must also create policy that supports the conditions through which care can occur.
Download the full PDF here.
Read the article ‘Researching care at home for people living with dementia’ by the authors here.
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