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Perspectives on Rehabilitation and Dementia

Author : Mary Marshall
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This book offers new insights into the application of a well-established approach to people who have traditionally been thought not to benefit from them. It demonstrates that rehabilitation has positive outcomes for people with dementia's quality of life and self-esteem, especially if rehabilitation is seen as a positive philosophy of practice.

Social Work and People with Dementia

Author : Mary Marshall
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One in ten of us will suffer from dementia and as a result the increasing numbers of older people needing assistance mean that all social workers must be up-to-date in their knowledge, skills and attitudes towards people with dementia and their carers.

Revue Canadienne de Recherche en Sciences Infirmi res

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The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
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Alzheimer s Disease and Memory Loss Explained

Author : Alistair S. Burns
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This book has been written especially for patients and their families. It describes the various forms of Dementia, of which Alzheimer's Disease is the commonest, explains how they are diagnosed, and charts the likely progression of the condition over a period of time. At the same time, the book provides a positive note in explaining the many things that can be done to treat the symptoms and to maintain quality of life. It will be invaluable to family members but will also be useful for doctors, care workers and nurses who wish to know more about these conditions. The authors are a team of leading clinical specialists.

Cognition and Occupation in Rehabilitation

Author : Noomi Katz
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Rééducation, psychologie cognitive

The Best Friends Staff

Author : Virginia Bell
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The Best Friends approach is changing the lives of people around the world by improving the quality of life not only for clients with Alzheimer's disease but also for the staff providing care. Authors Virginia Bell and David Troxel are recognized internationally for their innovative work helping people with dementia. Here, they present a training approach geared to help your staff achieve better outcomes and more rewarding experiences and help you retain an effective, satisfied staff. Read stories and ideas from real staff in facilities worldwide who are already implementing the Best Friends approach with their residents. Get the inspiration and working tools to transform your care culture, including hundreds of case studies illustrating successful programs, creative ideas you can use to implement change, proven advice on staff training and retention, and a training toolkit in each chapter that features learning exercises, activities, games, and resources. Help your staff make every day more enjoyable and secure for people with Alzheimer s disease and more rewarding for themselves.

Drug Treatments and Dementia

Author : Stephen Hopker
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This comprehensive book looks at the use of medication in dementia care. It gives guidance on drug treatments which are currently available to people with dementia, detailing how they can be used, and assessing their effectiveness. This guide will inform the practice of carers and clinicians and be of interest to anyone involved in dementia care.

Psychological Aspects of Geriatric Rehabilitation

Author : Robert J. Hartke
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Psychological Aspects of Geriatric Rehabilitation gives you the knowledge and skills you need to help your patients achieve their highest levels of potential. A complete source on the psychology of the ageing adult, with full information on normal and psychopathological changes, this book is filled with charts and tables, as well as hundreds of references.

Management of Challenging Behaviors in Dementia

Author : Ellen Mahoney
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"Management of Challenging Behaviors in Dementia establishes a new standard for all care settings. It presents a cohesive care philosophy that describes proven ways to reduce or eliminate challenging behaviors by addressing their underlying causes within four critical areas: caregiving practices, physical environment, social environment, and medical treatment."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Aphasia

Author : David Frank Benson
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This is a clinically oriented discussion of aphasia, of related language disorders, and of complicating factors. Linguistic, biological, and psychological aspects of aphasia are discussed, but primary clinical problems and their resolution are the focus.

Handbook of Dementia

Author : Peter A. Lichtenberg
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Featuring the research findings of psychologists, neurologists and psychiatrists, this volume covers all aspects of dementia. It addresses etiology and diagnosis, assessment tools, behavioural and pharmacological treatment, comorbidities, and multicultural issues.

American Book Publishing Record

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Psychological Abstracts

Author : Walter Samuel Hunter
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Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation

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Aging and Rehabilitation

Author : George E. Ruff
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Modern Perspectives in the Psychiatry of Old Age

Author : John G. Howells
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Perspectives on Theory for the Practice of Occupational Therapy

Author : Kay F. Walker
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An updated edition of Perspectives on Theory for the Practice of Occupational Therapy, this current edition provides a thorough review of selected theorists whose lives and works have influenced the direction and development of clinical practice in occupational therapy.

Geriatric Rehabilitation

Author : Jennifer M. Bottomley
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"This completely updated third edition of Geriatric Rehabilitation provides a comprehensive look at the specific needs of elderly patients and the practical components of their rehabilitation. The new reader-friendly format and improved illustrations enhance the overall learning experience and help to clearly convey the essential theoretical and clinical points."--BOOK JACKET.

Mild Cognitive Impairment

Author : Holly A. Tuokko
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Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) has been identified as an important clinical transition between normal aging and the early stages of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Since treatments for AD are most likely to be most effective early in the course of the disease, MCI has become a topic of great importance and has been investigated in different populations of interest in many countries. This book brings together these differing perspectives on MCI for the first time. This volume provides a comprehensive resource for clinicians, researchers, and students involved in the study, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of people with MCI. Clinical investigators initially defined mild cognitive impairment (MCI) as a transitional condition between normal aging and the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Because the prevalence of AD increases with age and very large numbers of older adults are affected worldwide, these clinicians saw a pressing need to identify AD as early as possible. It is at this very early stage in the disease course that treatments to slow the progress and control symptoms are likely to be most effective. Since the first introduction of MCI, research interest has grown exponentially, and the utility of the concept has been investigated from a variety of perspectives in different populations of interest (e.g., clinical samples, volunteers, population-based screening) in many different countries. Much variability in findings has resulted. Although it has been acknowledged that the differences observed between samples may be ‘legitimate variations’, there has been no attempt to understand what it is we have learned about MCI (i.e., common features and differences) from each of these perspectives. This book brings together information about MCI in different populations from around the world. Mild Cognitive Impairment will be an important resource for any clinician, researcher, or student involved in the study, detection, treatment, and rehabilitation of people with MCI.