Stigma and style of care may explain underuse of respite

By: Hanna, Andrew.
Contributor(s): Donnelly, James | Aggar, Christina.
Series: . Australian Journal of Dementia Care 9(3) July/August/September 2020: 28-30. 2020Subject(s): DEMENTIA | RESPITE CARE | EFFECTIVENESS | SUPPORT SERVICES | AUSTRALIASummary: Reports on an ambitious 12 month community initiative in Port Macquarie, NSW, which celebrated the collective accomplishments of Research into the effectiveness of dementia based respite care in delaying entry into residential aged care is lacking and these services remain largely underused. Summarises some of the key reasons for this and proposes ways to improve the quality and uptake of these services.
List(s) this item appears in: Australian Journal of Dementia Care v9no3 2020
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Reports on an ambitious 12 month community initiative in Port Macquarie, NSW, which celebrated the collective accomplishments of Research into the effectiveness of dementia based respite care in delaying entry into residential aged care is lacking and these services remain largely underused. Summarises some of the key reasons for this and proposes ways to improve the quality and uptake of these services.

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