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Title: CALD Guidelines for Dementia Patients in Aged Residential Care
Attachments: nzbooklets_CALD guidelines
Description: Research undertaken by University of Auckland researchers has been compiled into a comprehensive set of guidelines for people working in dementia care with people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Target Audience: Carers, care home facilities, GP, RN, other HCP involved in care including SLT, OT, DT, etc.
Appropriate Audience: This may be appropriate for any HCP engaging with people living with dementia and CALD people.
Notes: Guide is available in hard copy if required. Please email the author for copies.
Pricing: Electronic version is available for download or hard copy by contacting Dr Cheung.
Contact Person: Dr Gary Cheung Phone: 64 9 923 9491 and email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributor: Dementia Resources Project - 13 Dec 2016, 3:09 PM
Dementia: Updates on Primary Care Assessment Pathway: Part I, Part II
Announcement of the forth-coming presentation of the Cross Cultural Interest Group.
"Dementia: Updates on primary care assessment pathway
Part I: Do Asians have different needs?
Part II: How best can we explore the needs and engage Asians in Dementia research?"
This session will be accessible concurrently on the webcast for those who are unable to attend in person.
Contributor: Shereen Moloney - 26 Apr 2017, 11:19 AM