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Promoting Resilience in Dementia Care

A Person-Centred Framework for Assessment and Support Planning
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This practice-focussed resource shows dementia care professionals how to harness resilience in their daily practice when working with people living with dementia. Nurturing and developing resilience can hugely improve quality of life for people living with dementia, and as such it is an important tool for practitioners to provide targeted, meaningful support that fits into the lives of people with dementia and care partners.

This book guides readers through the key concepts of resilience within the context of dementia and explains the unique challenges and opportunities of developing resilience in this situation. It also provides real-world examples of resilience in dementia assessment and care and suggests clear frameworks for applying resilience in daily practice, as well as template assessment sheets. A practical and accessible resource, this book helps professionals ensure that people with dementia are treated as individuals actively engaged in their own lives and in the care which they receive.
  • Published: Feb 21 2020
  • Pages: 192
  • 216 x 138mm
  • ISBN: 9781785926006
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Press Reviews

  • Professor John Keady, Dementia and Ageing Research Team, The University of Manchester, UK and Founding Co-editor Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice (2002-2018)

    Stories of resilience in living with dementia are stories for us all. This practical, insightful and well-researched book brings this important concept to life and offers creative solutions to everyday situations. A topical and highly important book.
  • Dr Richard Ward, Senior Lecturer in Dementia Studies, University of Stirling

    At a time of significant upheaval within the field of dementia care, this book provides a clearly stated and carefully reasoned framework to guide practice and deepen our understanding of the challenges of living with dementia. A compelling case is made for supporting and building people's resilience through dementia care practice. The author takes a hands-on approach, anchored in the lived experience of people with dementia, whose perspectives and voices are shared throughout. This excellent and accessible book will be an invaluable resource to dementia practitioners, students of health and social care and anyone with an interest in enhancing their skills and knowledge in supporting people living with dementia.