This care manual offers an holistic approach to care for people with dementia. It is written as a practical manual for health and social care professionals working in multi-disciplinary teams with people who have this debilitating neurodegenerative illness. It is also highly relevant to those in non-mental health settings as the population ages and increasing numbers of people with dementia present with other medical conditions alongside their mental healthproblems. This manual covers a wide range of information in a short, easily accessible handbook format. It follows the pathway of dementia, from first presentation through to final stages of the illness.Finding a good care home: tips for families and friends 0 Ask aroundfithe local branch ofthe Alzheimera#39;s Society or another voluntary body is often a ... Homes have to produce a statement of purpose and a service user guideastudy these.
|Author||:||Jonathan Waite, Rowan Harwood, Ian Morton, David Connelly|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2008-10-09|