Is an important aspect of providing care for individuals living with dementia. Measuring quality of life, or for DCM purposes, well or ill-being, is a useful method to assess the quality of care being given to an individual. A person's neurological state, physical health, personality, social setting, and history are all contributory to person's well being.
With the use of Dementia Care Mapping, we are able to better understand and gather information and in turn, help to provide a relevant care plan.
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