Residents feel at home and gather in the living room during the day to talk, drink coffee or read.
Small group homes for people with Alzheimer's and dementia provide good quality care and an environment where people can live as individuals and families can get involved.
But tension can arise when it comes to deciding who takes responsibilities for certain practical and caring tasks.
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