Planning for the needs of people with dementia.
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SPICKER, P. and GORDON, D., 1992. Planning for the needs of people with dementia. Scottish Medical Journal, 37 (2), pp.38 – 39.
Provision for people with dementia requires a complex mix of different kinds of services, primarily concerned with maintenance and support rather than treatment. In principle, planning for their needs begins with assessment of the problems, a review of the resources available, and some attempt to match resources to need.