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A rights-based approach to dementia-inclusive public spaces

People living with dementia and their carers in rural and regional areas face particular challenges around loneliness and isolation, heightened by a lack of access to dementia-inclusive outdoor and public spaces. Carmela Leone, Rachel Winterton and Irene Blackberry are undertaking a study in rural and regional Victoria exploring the rights of people with dementia and carers to participation, inclusion and access to public space.

History

Publication Date

18/01/2021

Journal

Australian Journal of Dementia Care

Volume

10

Issue

1

Pagination

3p. (p. 24-26)

Publisher

University of Wollongong

ISSN

2049-6893

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