ABC of Dementia is a practical guide, written with the needs of professionals in training in mind. Its aim is to enable readers to explore attitudes towards dementia, and find the knowledge and skills required in the important task of supporting the lives of people with dementia and their carers. This new edition is designed to assist students and practitioners working within both primary and secondary care settings with the diagnosis, treatment and provision of care. It covers the causes of dementia, diagnostic assessment, early intervention, pharmacological treatment, person-centred care, legal and ethical issues, and more.
This resource has been thoroughly revised to reflect the most recent research and evidence-based practice. New and expanded content addresses dementia and frailty in care homes, explores the role of technology in the treatment of dementia, discusses working with minority groups, and examines case studies.
Aids healthcare professionals in developing the knowledge, skills and confidence to care for those with dementia
Highlights the importance of person-centred care and the effects of dementia on families and carers.
Describes the cognitive changes and neurological disorders central to dementia
Addresses the needs of younger people developing dementia
Provides guidance on managing dementia in primary care, the acute hospital and end-of-life care settings
Covers the Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia (NPSD)
Features numerous full-colour photographs and illustrationsABC of Dementia is a must-have for healthcare students, general practitioners, and other healthcare professionals caring for people with dementia. It will also be of interest to members of the general public who wish to know more about dementia.
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