Trauma and dementia - Information for older people, their families and loved ones
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Trauma and dementia - Information for older people, their families and loved ones

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Title: PDF logo Trauma and dementia - Information for older people, their families and loved ones (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: Fact sheet containing information on trauma and dementia in older people. People living with dementia can have difficulty coping with loss and trauma because it’s harder for them to communicate, make sense of painful memories or feel safe. Find out how you can support people living with both dementia and trauma.
Organisation: Phoenix Australia
Last reviewed: April 2021
Target audience: General

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