PrOVIDe: Prevalence of Visual Impairment in Dementia - member briefing

This College research finds prevalence of visual impairment in those with dementia generally higher than the overall population.

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This College research finds prevalence of visual impairment in those with dementia generally higher than the overall population.

This member briefing includes an outline of the research findings and how it might affect you in practice.

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