Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: IntroductionGemma Jones, Models and Theories, Visuoperceptual-cognitive changes in Alzheimer's Disease: adap-ting a dementia unit Gemma Jones, Willem van der Eeden and Jeremy Harding, Visual phenomena in AD: distinguishing between, hallucina-tions, illusions, misperceptions and misidentifications Gemma Jones, Jeremy Harding & Willem van der Eerden, Attachment in dementia. Bound from birth?Bre Miesen,Awareness and people with early stage dementiaLinda Clare, Ivana Markov, Barbara Romero, Frans Verhey, Mike Wang, Rob Woods & John Keady,Interventions in Care Facilities, The role of humour in dementiaWill Blake, Marie Mills and Peter Coleman,Occupational therapy use of sensory techniques in later stage dementia careLesly Ann Wareing, Building community through Arts. Cooperative Enquiry using Arts Media with people Jill Anderson, Kitty Lloyd-Lawrence, and Hilda Flint, Medical care for chronically ill elderly people: Nursing home Medicine as Functional Geriatrics Cees Hertogh, Dementia and Spiritual Care Peter Speck,Topics Related to Care Giving IssuesPsychotherapeutic groups for people with dementia: the Dementia Voice Group Psychotherapy project Rik Cheston, Kerry Jones & Jane Gilliard, Experiential support groups for people in the early to moderate stges of dementiaMarie Mills & Elizabeth Bartlett, Qualitative evaluation of an Alzheimer Caf as a ongoing supportive group interventionAmy Thompson,Family and Professional Care-Givers,The Meeting Centres Support Programme Model for persons with dementia and their carers. Aims, methods and researchRoseMarie Dres, Franka Meiland & Willem van Tilburg, Couples group(psycho)therapy in dementia Bre Miesen,Education and EthicsImproving end-of-life care for people with dementia - the benefits of combining UK approaches to palliative care and dementia care Neil Small, Murna Downs & Katherine Froggatt Death comes in the end. A palliative perspective of caring for people with dementia Marinus van den Berg, Care-giving in dementia: moving ahead together. Review and perspectivesBre Miesen. Bookseller Inventory #
Volume 4 of Care-Giving in Dementia builds on previous volumes to continue to make a significant contribution to establishing a knowledge base for the developing field of care-giving in dementia.
The editors bring together contributions from leading practitioners and researchers to bring the reader up to date with new developments in diagnosis, treatment and care. Subjects covered include: visuo-perceptual changes in Alzheimer’s disease, the Alzheimer Café concept, attachment in dementia, the role of humour in dementia, the awareness context of persons with dementia, couples group (psycho) therapy in dementia, spirituality, and improving end-of-life care for people with dementia.
Care Giving in Dementia makes state of the art research accessible and relevant for professional care-givers. It will help all health and mental health professionals caring for people with dementia to enhance their practice, educate others and investigate possibilities for further developments in this fast-growing field.
About the Author:
Bère M.L. Miesen is Associate Professor at the Hague University and consultant in Psychogeriatrics in Nursing Home WZH De Strijp-Waterhof in the Hague. He has been working with people with dementia, their families and professionals since 1970 and has received several awards for his work in the field.
Gemma M.M. Jones is a freelance educator about care-giving in dementia issues and a consultant on the design of specialist dementia care facilities, a guest lecturer in psychogeriatrics at the Hague University, and a founding member of the first Alzheimer Café in the UK, in Farnborough.
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