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Brawley, E., 2002. How to improve the bathing experience. Alzheimer’s Care Quarterly, 3 (1), pp. 38–41.

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Brawley, E., 2006. Design Innovations for Ageing and Alzheimer’s: Creating Caring Environments. New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons.

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Calkins, M., 1987. Designing special care units: a systematic approach. The American Journal of Alzheimer’s Care and Research, March/April, pp. 16–22.

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