Tag: LTC

In and outside the nursing home: On the (im)possibilities of meaningful contact while being held apart

By Natashe Lemos Dekker, Laura Vermeulen, and Jeannette Pols   Weer n dag zonder jou te voelen. De alzheimer-kelk moet helemaal leeg Maanden los van elkaar; corona ons kruis, heeft elkaar doen verlaten Nog nooit zo-lang gescheiden; nog nooit zo dicht bij de dood Nooit-zo voelde ik de kracht van aanraken, nu het er niet […]

How is the pandemic affecting people with dementia? A case study

By Dena Shenk, PhD and Andrea Freidus, PhD, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina Charlotte Our team is completing a rapid appraisal study of the perceptions of frontline long-term care (LTC) workers in a southern state about care during the COVID-19 pandemic.  One specific area of heightened concern is caring for people with dementia in […]

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