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7. VMD E SERVIZI RESIDENZIALI (RESIDENZE SANITARIE ASSISTENZIALI - RSA)[1] E SEMIRESIDENZIALI (CENTRI DIURNI)

7.4    Bibliografia

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[1] La RSA così come è indicata nella legislazione nazionale e regionale italiana può essere considerata l’equivalente della nursing home presente nei paesi anglosassoni e scandinavi, servizio di assistenza socio-sanitaria di residenzialità per anziani disabili e con stato di salute instabile per i quali non siano consigliabili altre forme di assistenza.