Multiple Stakeholders' Perspectives on Respite Service Access for People With Dementia and Their Carers.

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Summary of "Multiple Stakeholders' Perspectives on Respite Service Access for People With Dementia and Their Carers."

People with dementia and carers do not always access respite services in a timely manner, or in some cases, at all. Although carers' perspectives on respite access have been explored, other stakeholder perspectives, especially providers and people with dementia, are underrepresented in the existing literature. The aim of this study was to synthesize multiple stakeholders' perspectives, including people with dementia, on accessing respite services in the context of dementia.


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Name: The Gerontologist
ISSN: 1758-5341


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