Pathways to dementia diagnosis among South Asian Canadians.

  title={Pathways to dementia diagnosis among South Asian Canadians.},
  author={Lynn McCleary and Malini Persaud and S. H. Hum and Nicholas Pimlott and Carole A. Cohen and Sharon Koehn and Karen Leung and William Burd Dalziel and Jean Francois Kozak and Victor F Emerson and James L. Silvius and Linda J Garcia and Neil Drummond},
  volume={12 6},
Urban centers are increasingly ethnically diverse. However, some visible minorities are less likely than their majority counterparts to seek and receive services and treatment for dementia. This study explored experiences of South Asian Canadians, Canada's largest visible minority group, prior to dementia diagnosis. Six persons with dementia and eight of their family carers described their early perceptions of dementia-related changes, actions taken, including help seeking and diagnosis, and… CONTINUE READING
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