Challenges of Dementia Care in China
AbstractDementia results in brain dysfunction, disability and dependency among affected people, causing an overwhelming burden for caregivers. China has the largest number of people with dementia worldwide and is facing severe challenges with respect to dementia care, including poor awareness of dementia in the public, inadequate knowledge of dementia for medical professionals and caregivers, an underdeveloped dementia service system, and high costs of dementia care. To address these challenges, China is taking action to increase dementia awareness and education among the public and care providers, and develop policies, services and resources for dementia care. View Full-Text
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Chen, Z.; Yang, X.; Song, Y.; Song, B.; Zhang, Y.; Liu, J.; Wang, Q.; Yu, J. Challenges of Dementia Care in China. Geriatrics 2017, 2, 7.
Chen Z, Yang X, Song Y, Song B, Zhang Y, Liu J, Wang Q, Yu J. Challenges of Dementia Care in China. Geriatrics. 2017; 2(1):7.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Zheng; Yang, Xuan; Song, Yuetao; Song, Binbin; Zhang, Yi; Liu, Jiawen; Wang, Qing; Yu, Jia. 2017. "Challenges of Dementia Care in China." Geriatrics 2, no. 1: 7.
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