Duties to Care

The world of dementia care can be a difficult one for carers to navigate, posing new challenges at every stage from diagnosis to end of life. Rosie Harding explores the regulatory and legal dimensions of caring for a person with dementia. By exploring carers’ experiences of dementia care, she critiques the limitations of current approaches to health and social care regulation.

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