Reference lists for AJDC, Vol 11 No 1, Jan/Feb/Mar 2022

Carer ‘craftivists’ make their point (pages 11-13)

by Chloe Watfern, Gaynor Macdonald, Imelda Gilmore, Lynne Stone and Michele Elliot

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COPE strategies offer practical at-home support (pages 17-19)

by Kate Laver, Sally Day, Miia Rahja, Jennifer Culph and Lindy Clemson

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At-home arts program a ‘prescription’ for wellbeing (pages 20-22)

by Claire O’Connor, Roslyn Poulos, Michelle Heldon, Linda Barclay, Elizabeth Beattie and Christopher Poulos

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Developing effective online dementia care training: lessons from the trenches (pages 36-40)

by Sabrina Pit, Kathryn De Souza and Anne Moehead 

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