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|Title:||Dementia in people with Down syndrome: What does the research tell us?|
|Citation:||Voice, 2017; (December 2017):5-8|
|Publisher:||Down Syndrome Australia|
|Liz Evans and Tanya Duckworth|
|Abstract:||Dementia is more common in people with Down syndrome than the general population. Here, we review research on why this is the case, along with recommendations for how families can support a loved one with dementia.|
|Rights:||© Copyright 2017 Voice.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 4|
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