Quality Care for Down Syndrome and Dementia


Amanda Tedder


This article will give both examples and methods to use when providing services to individuals with a dual diagnosis of Down syndrome and Dementia. This is a prevalent issue that most care facilities are facing as the population with Down syndrome age. Staff training, schedule adjustments, living space adjustments and a new thought process regarding active treatment are essential for successful, quality care to take place.

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