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Evaluation and Comparison of Episodic Memory in Elderly People: The Effect of Strategies Education on Memory Reinforcement
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written by Nooshin Mirjahanian, fl. 2016; in Clinical Social Work, No. 2, Vol. 8, 2017, Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention, No. 2, Vol. 8, 2017 (Vienna, Vienna State: International Society of Applied Preventive Medicine i-gap, 2017, originally published 2017)
written by Nooshin Mirjahanian, fl. 2016; in Clinical Social Work, No. 2, Vol. 8, 2017, Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention, No. 2, Vol. 8, 2017 (Vienna, Vienna State: International Society of Applied Preventive Medicine i-gap, 2017, originally published 2017)
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University  of Bradford Dementia Good Practice Guides, End of Life Care for People with Dementia: A Person-Centered Approach
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written by Murna Downs, fl. 2016, Sarah Russell, fl. 2016, Jane Chatterjee, fl. 2016 and Laura Middleton-Green, fl. 2014, in University of Bradford Dementia Good Practice Guides (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, originally published 2017), 178 page(s)
"People with dementia need increasingly specialised support as they approach the end of life, and so too do their families and the professionals working with them. This book describes not only what can be done to ensure maximum quality of life for those in the final stages of the illness, but also how best to supp...
written by Murna Downs, fl. 2016, Sarah Russell, fl. 2016, Jane Chatterjee, fl. 2016 and Laura Middleton-Green, fl. 2014, in University of Bradford Dementia Good Practice Guides (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, originally published 2017), 178 page(s)
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People with Dementia Speak Out
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edited by Lucy Whitman, fl. 2009 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 306 page(s)
In People with Dementia Speak Out, twenty-three people from diverse backgrounds share their experiences of living with dementia. The contributors are honest about the frustrations and fears they face, but overall there is remarkably little self-pity and a great deal of optimism. The personal accounts demonstrate t...
edited by Lucy Whitman, fl. 2009 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 306 page(s)
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The Dementia Diaries
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written by Matthew Snyman, fl. 2008 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 127 page(s)
Brie's Granddad has always been a serious man, never without a newspaper and knowing the answer to everything. But now he keeps losing track of the conversation, and honestly, Brie doesn't really know how to speak to him. At first, Fred was annoyed that Gramps had come to live with them, it meant he had to give up...
written by Matthew Snyman, fl. 2008 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 127 page(s)
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Qigong for Wellbeing in Dementia and Aging
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written by Stephen Rath, fl. 2015 and Marcia Rath, fl. 2015 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 170 page(s)
Qigong is the centuries-old practice of moving vital energy (Qi) through the channels of the body, known as meridians, to promote vitality and health. Stephen Rath details current research and Traditional Chinese Medicine theory to show how Qigong practice can support cognitive functioning, as well as emotional an...
written by Stephen Rath, fl. 2015 and Marcia Rath, fl. 2015 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 170 page(s)
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Chapter 23: Family Care Partners or BUBs (Back-Up Brains)
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presented by Kate Swaffer, 1958-; in What the Hell Happened to my Brain?: Living Beyond Dementia (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016)
Kate Swaffer was just 49 years old when she was diagnosed with a form of younger onset dementia. In this book, she offers an all-too-rare first-hand insight into that experience, sounding a clarion call for change in how we ensure a better quality of life for people with dementia. Kate describes vividly her experi...
presented by Kate Swaffer, 1958-; in What the Hell Happened to my Brain?: Living Beyond Dementia (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016)
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Geriatric Care Management
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presented by Sarah Swords, fl. 1980-2017; produced by Microtraining Associates (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2016), 1 hour
Sarah Swords describes the demographics of the rapidly growing older adult population and focuses on geriatric care management - an exciting and effective way to address the complex needs people face as they age. She outlines the processes of engagement, assessment, and intervention planning using a biopsychosoci...
presented by Sarah Swords, fl. 1980-2017; produced by Microtraining Associates (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2016), 1 hour
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The Invisible Patients
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produced by Patrick O'Connor, 1943- (Pass Christian, MS: Whetstone Road, 2016), 1 hour 29 mins
THE INVISIBLE PATIENTS pulls back the curtain on a hidden population of nearly 5 million homebound and home-limited individuals who are unable to access the healthcare system due to a combination of functional impairment, chronic illness and poverty.Their stories ask us all to wrestle with not just healthcare poli...
produced by Patrick O'Connor, 1943- (Pass Christian, MS: Whetstone Road, 2016), 1 hour 29 mins
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Pastoral care of people with dementia
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written by Christine Bryden, 1949-; in Nothing about Us, WIthout Us!: 20 years of Dementia Advocacy (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016)
Advocating for dementia for 20 years, Christine Bryden has been instrumental in ensuring that people with dementia are included in discussions about the condition and how to manage and think about it. This collection of her hard-hitting and inspiring insider presentations demands 'nothing about us, without us!' an...
written by Christine Bryden, 1949-; in Nothing about Us, WIthout Us!: 20 years of Dementia Advocacy (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016)
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Older Adults and Autism Spectrum Conditions: An Introduction and Guide
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written by Wenn Lawson, fl. 2015 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 210 page(s)
The first book to look seriously at the practical issues facing older adults with autism spectrum conditions (ASC), Wenn Lawson's groundbreaking handbook offers support, advice, and sensible ways in which to look at the issues. Informed by current research, interviews with older people diagnosed with ASC and his o...
written by Wenn Lawson, fl. 2015 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 210 page(s)
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