Alzheimer's dementia in persons with intellectual disability: some common questions and concerns.
|dc.identifier.citation||McCarron, M., 2004. Alzheimer's dementia in persons with intellectual disability: some common questions and concerns. Dublin: namhi.||en_GB|
|dc.description||namhl is a national voluntary organisation working to promote the rights of people with intellectual disability in Ireland to ensure their full and equal participation in society namhi was founded in 1961 and has become the co-ordinating body for over 160 organisations providing supports and services to almost 27,000 people with intellectual disability in Ireland. namhi provides a central forum for its members to identify priorities and formulate nationally agreed policies to present to Government and statutory bodies, other relevant groups as well as the general public namhi campaigns for changes in services and legislation that will improve the quality of life and participation for people with intellectual disability in Irish life.||en_GB|
|dc.subject||QUALITY OF LIFE||en_GB|
|dc.title||Alzheimer's dementia in persons with intellectual disability: some common questions and concerns.||en_GB|