Wellbeing in dementia : an occupational approach for therapists and carers

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Wellbeing in dementia : an occupational approach for therapists and carers

Tessa Perrin, Hazel May ; forewords by Rosemary Hagedorn, Cathy Conroy

Churchill Livingstone, 2000

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内容説明

Dementia is now being taught on courses, but it can be a difficult area. The problems of this client group are quite unlike those of any other and the usual models of care used for other areas of Occupational Therapy (OT) have proved inadequate for the provision of quality OT care to these clients. This practical textbook presents a developmental model of practice for dementia care. It looks at the relationship between occupation, well-being and dementia, and examines the critical role of the carer in delivering therapeutic interventions to dementia sufferer, meeting the needs of both students and practitioners.

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Dementia Redefined? Occupational Therapy Revisited. A Model of Cognition as a Basis for Theory. A Model of Play as a Basis for Practice. The Critical Role for the Carer. Sources of Conflict and Ill-Being in the Client/Carer Relationship. Non-Verbal Communication the Currency of Well-Being. Principles of Good Occupational Practice. Occupational Practice in Dementia Care. Assessment and Evaluation. The Dementia Therapist.

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