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Improving quality of life for the elderly with learning disabilities

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Both the foreword and introduction of this book pose a dilemma that sits at the heart of study and research into the relationship between intellectual disability and dementia: how do we take research into practice when there is a limited amount of evidence to build upon? It is to the credit of Dr Karen Watchman, and the other contributors to this book, that they have managed to provide a wealth of information, evidence and research to aid service providers, commissioners, and practitioners involved in this area of clinical practice.

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