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Hampson, Caroline; Morris, Karen (2016)
Publisher: MDPI
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Z721, Z725, Z726

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mesheuropmc: mental disorders, humanities
It is argued that the way in which we view a person with dementia can have a significant effect on the level of disability and wellbeing of the person. There is a divergence between a belief that the self disintegrates, leaving a non-person, and a belief that the self remains but is misplaced and can be maintained with the appropriate approach from others. This article seeks to examine the differing approaches to self and personhood in dementia care, and establish ways of approaching care for the person with dementia which may limit the extent of disability in the face of cognitive decline.
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