Excellence in dementia care research into practice edited by Murna Downs and Barbara Bowers

By: Downs, MurnaContributor(s): Bowers, BarbaraMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Maidenhead, Berkshire Open University Press 2014Edition: 2nd edDescription: xxxii, 458 p ill 25 cmISBN: 9780335245338Subject(s): Dementia | Alzheimers Disease | Dementia -- therapy | Caregivers | Social SupportDDC classification: 616.83
Contents:
Contributors Foreword by Doug Brown and Maria Carrillo Preface by Daphne Wallace Preface by Barbara Woodward-Carlton Introduction Part 1 The context of dementia care Chapter 1: Prevalence and projections of dementia Chapter 2: Dementia friendly communities Chapter 3: Ethnicity and dementia Chapter 4: Ethics in dementia care: storied lives, storied ethics Chapter 5: Dementia as a public health issue: research or services? Chapter 6: Representations of people with dementia in the media and in literature Chapter 7: Living with young-onset dementia Part 2 Conceptualizing dementia care Chapter 8: A bio-psycho-social approach to dementia Chapter 9: Selfhood and the body in dementia care Chapter 10: The arts in dementia care Chapter 11: Design matters in dementia care: the role of the physical environment in dementia care settings Part 3 Best practice dementia care for the person Chapter 12: Understanding and enhancing the relationship between people with dementia and their family carers Chapter 13: Support families coping with dementia: flexibility and change Chapter 14: Supporting cognitive abilities Chapter 15: Working with life history Chapter 16: Understanding behaviour Chapter 17: Communication and relationships: an inclusive social world Chapter 18: Supporting health and physical well-being Part 4 Care pathways Chapter 19: Diagnosis and early post-diagnostic support Chapter 20: Whole person assessment and care planning Chapter 21: Living at home Chapter 22: Acute care of people with dementia in the general hospital Chapter 23: The role of specialist housing in supporting older people with dementia Chapter 24: Care homes Chapter 25: Palliative care Chapter 26: Grief and bereavement Chapter 27: Supporting persons with dementia through transitions in care Part 5 Making sustainable change happen in dementia care: changing the culture of care Chapter 28: Involving people with dementia in service development and evaluation Chapter 29: A trained and supported workforce Chapter 30: Leadership in dementia care Index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Contributors Foreword by Doug Brown and Maria Carrillo Preface by Daphne Wallace Preface by Barbara Woodward-Carlton Introduction Part 1 The context of dementia care Chapter 1: Prevalence and projections of dementia Chapter 2: Dementia friendly communities Chapter 3: Ethnicity and dementia Chapter 4: Ethics in dementia care: storied lives, storied ethics Chapter 5: Dementia as a public health issue: research or services? Chapter 6: Representations of people with dementia in the media and in literature Chapter 7: Living with young-onset dementia Part 2 Conceptualizing dementia care Chapter 8: A bio-psycho-social approach to dementia Chapter 9: Selfhood and the body in dementia care Chapter 10: The arts in dementia care Chapter 11: Design matters in dementia care: the role of the physical environment in dementia care settings Part 3 Best practice dementia care for the person Chapter 12: Understanding and enhancing the relationship between people with dementia and their family carers Chapter 13: Support families coping with dementia: flexibility and change Chapter 14: Supporting cognitive abilities Chapter 15: Working with life history Chapter 16: Understanding behaviour Chapter 17: Communication and relationships: an inclusive social world Chapter 18: Supporting health and physical well-being Part 4 Care pathways Chapter 19: Diagnosis and early post-diagnostic support Chapter 20: Whole person assessment and care planning Chapter 21: Living at home Chapter 22: Acute care of people with dementia in the general hospital Chapter 23: The role of specialist housing in supporting older people with dementia Chapter 24: Care homes Chapter 25: Palliative care Chapter 26: Grief and bereavement Chapter 27: Supporting persons with dementia through transitions in care Part 5 Making sustainable change happen in dementia care: changing the culture of care Chapter 28: Involving people with dementia in service development and evaluation Chapter 29: A trained and supported workforce Chapter 30: Leadership in dementia care Index

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