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Caring for Indigenous people with dementia in remote areas : perspectives from the Northern Territory : a mulitdisciplinary training resource [DVD] (2009)

Author

South Australia &​ Northern Territory Dementia Training Study Centre

Publisher

South Australia &​ Northern Territory Dementia Training Study Centre

City

Glenside, SA

Type

Audiovisual

 

Description

This resource has been developed to provide undergraduate healthcare students with insight into the experience of supporting people with dementia and their carers in urban, regional, and remote communities in the Northern Territory. The resource includes a DVD and workbook and is designed to prompt discussions on cultural, language, and geographical issues that may arise when delivering services to Indigenous Australians.

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Contact details

South Australia & Northern Territory Dementia Training Study Centre
Alzheimer's Australia SA Inc
27 Conyngham Street
Glenside SA 5065
Ph: (08) 8372 2100
Email: dtsc@alzheimerssa.asn.au

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