Citation: Fralich, J., Richards, M., Olsen, L., Bowe, T., Turyn, R., & Caswell, L. (2012, May). Dementia Capable Project: Interviews with employers who direct services of a person with dementia. Portland, ME: University of Southern Maine, Muskie School of Public Service. This report was prepared for the Office of Elder Services, Maine Department of Health and Human Services under a Cooperative Agreement between the Muskie School of Public Service and the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. Funding for Maine's Dementia Capable Consumer Directed Grant was through the Administration on Aging Alzheimer's Disease and Supportive Services Program (ADSSP) and the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Elder Services, grant number 90AI0028/01.
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Dementia Capable Project: Interviews with Employers who Direct Services of a Person with Dementia
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