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|Title:||Cognitive impairment symbol: creating dementia friendly organisations. A report for Alzheimer's Australia. Paper 32, May, 2013.|
|Institutional Author:||Alzheimer's Australia|
|Publisher:||Alzheimer's Australia Inc.|
|Place of publication:||Kingston, ACT|
|Series/Report no.:||Alzheimers Australia. Papers|
|Abstract:||Ballarat Health Services (Mark Yates) developed a symbol for cognitive impairment which is illustrated in this report (Figure 1). This was developed as part of a comprehensive project conducted by Ballarat Health Services in 2003 to introduce a Cognitive Impairment Identifier (CII) symbol incorporating staff training and education. The results of the study overlap with findings from a Dementia Symbol Research Project undertaken in 2008 in which consumers highlighted their preference for a small, abstract symbol in an acceptable colour to be released in conjunction with staff education in the various settings.|
|Internal ID Number:||00897|
|Health Subject:||COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IDENTIFIER|
DEMENTIA CARE IN HOSPITALS PROGRAM (DCHP)
DEMENTIA SYMBOL RESEARCH PROJECT
|Appears in Collections:||Research Output|
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