Direct payments for people with dementia

Petch, Alison
September 2010
Community Care;9/2/2010, Issue 1833, p32
The article presents a research which aims to investigate the personalization of the forms of direct payments of people with dementia in Scotland. It reports that caregivers of patients with dementia were interviewed about their experiences in direct payments. Results indicated a low and transformational uptake of the direct payments among the carers of people with dementia.


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