'If they wanted a yes man I'm the wrong guy'

Pitt, Vern
April 2010
Community Care;4/8/2010, Issue 1813, p26
The article offers information on the life and work of Martin Green, English Community Care Association chief executive in Great Britain. It states that Green has been busy gathering the stories of dementia sufferers and the experience has altered his perceptions of care. Green has also been using the stories of dementia sufferers to help learn policy development within the government and distinguish good practice.


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