Help-seeking and service use for dementia in Italian, Greek and Chinese Australians
Objective: To explore the help-seeking strategies and the acceptance of services among a national sample of Italian, Greek and Chinese compared to third generation Australians. Methods: A cross-sectional telephone survey of 350 Italian, 414 Greek, 437 Chinese and 500 third generation Australians whose households were randomly selected from the national telephone directory was carried out. Participants were asked how they would seek help for a character in a vignette with dementia and what aged...[Show more]
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