Paperback: £24.99 / $42.50
2012, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 264pp
ISBN: 978-1-84905-242-9, BIC 2: JKSG MQCL4
Focusing on theoretical, policy and practice issues which are increasingly identified as key priorities, the contributors to this important book examine the ways in which dementia care is evolving around the globe. They explore the latest theory underpinning dementia care, the applications of this theory in dementia care research and how this research is influencing and shaping practice. Written by practitioners, policy influencers and researchers who draw on case studies from the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia, France, India and Malta, the book forms the basis for a worldwide dialogue of interdisciplinary initiatives and ideas. Insights into how policy and regional and national dementia strategies are developed, and the range of innovative approaches that can be taken in practice, mark a positive step towards ensuring that the needs of people with dementia around the world are met, both now and in the future.
This book makes essential reading for practitioners, researchers, policy makers and students in the field of dementia care.
4 April 2012
"This is the first time that dementia is a political priority, creating drivers for focusing on all aspects of dementia, from the anti-dementia drugs, to an increased knowledge about potential risk factors and preventions strategies as well as innovative ways to provide high quality support and care."
Edited by Anthea Innes and Karen Hatfield
Edited by Anthea Innes, Carole Archibald and Charlie Murphy
Edited by Anthea Innes and Louise McCabe
Leadership for Person-Centred Dementia Care
Finding Meaning in the Experience of Dementia: The Place of Spiritual Reminiscence Work
Elizabeth MacKinlay and Corinne Trevitt
Design for Nature in Dementia Care