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  1.  How to Involve People with Dementia

    How to Involve People with Dementia

    Methods and Approaches for Good Engagement

    Nada Savitch, Rachael Litherland and Steve Milton

    Focusing on the need for people with dementia to be involved with the decisions that affect their quality of life, this book presents creative and innovative methods to help professionals enable involvement. Including ideas that span all aspects of dementia care and services, this book also offers ways to overcome common challenges. Learn More
    Oct 2018, 160pp
  2.  Practical Nutrition and Hydration for Dementia Friendly Mealtimes

    Practical Nutrition and Hydration for Dementia Friendly Mealtimes

    Lee Martin

    Ensuring someone with dementia can maintain their nutritional intake and independence at mealtimes is complex. This book for carers offers a clear breakdown of the eating abilities and meal behaviours that can arise in the care of people with dementia before giving practical information and guidance on how to enhance and support these abilities. Learn More
    Mar 2018, 240pp
  3.  Sensory Modulation

    Sensory Modulation

    Applications for Working with People with Dementia

    Tina Champagne

    Explaining how to modify the Sensory Modulation Program for people with dementia, this practical resource covers assessment of sensory issues to implementation of effective sensory activities. This approach can be used with adults at all stages of dementia, in individual and group settings. Supporting assessment tools are available to download. Learn More
    Dec 2017, 208pp
  4.  Responding to Domestic Violence

    Responding to Domestic Violence

    Emerging Challenges for Policy, Practice and Research in Europe

    Edited by Stephanie Holt, Carolina Ă˜verlien and John Devaney

    How can our legal, health and social care systems achieve a more effective response to domestic violence? Based on new evidence, this book provides some revealing answers. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 288pp
  5.  Using Solution Focused Practice with Adults in Health and Social Care

    Using Solution Focused Practice with Adults in Health and Social Care

    Judith Milner and Steve Myers

    An essential introduction which shows you how to work in solution focused ways with people in all stages of adulthood, including those with illness, mental disability and emotional trauma. It includes example activities that can be used to guide service users to use their own strengths to realize their personal goals. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 160pp
  6.  Child to Parent Violence and Abuse

    Child to Parent Violence and Abuse

    Family Interventions with Non Violent Resistance

    Dr Declan Coogan

    Addressing the under-reported issue of child to parent violence and abuse, this book presents the effective intervention method of Non-Violent Resistance. Tips for adapting the method, alongside case studies and downloadable forms make this an invaluable tool for practitioners working with affected families. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 240pp
  7.  Revealing the Inner World of Traumatized Children

    Revealing the Inner World of Traumatized Children

    An Attachment-Informed Model for Assessing Emotional Needs and Treatment

    Christine Bradley with Patrick Tomlinson and Francia Kinchington

    This book provides an attachment-informed assessment and treatment model for understanding and responding to the emotional needs of traumatized children, based upon concepts deriving from the traditions of Winnicott and Bowlby and supported by current neuroscience and trauma research. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 240pp
  8. The Multi-Sensory Reminiscence Activity Book

    The Multi-Sensory Reminiscence Activity Book

    52 Weekly Group Session Plans for Working with Older Adults

    Sarah Mousley and Sophie Jopling

    These multi-sensory group sessions, one for each week of the year, are ideal for working with older adults. Focusing on reminiscence to stimulate memory and sensory functioning, and enhance wellbeing, these activities bring a fresh approach to group sessions. Supporting colour photographs and cards are available to download. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 240pp
  9.  Poetry and Dementia

    Poetry and Dementia

    A Practical Guide

    John Killick

    A practical guide to reading and writing poetry with older people living with dementia to improve mental health and wellbeing. Tips and techniques are included for facilitating poetry projects with groups or individuals for professional care workers or personal family members. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 160pp
  10.  Adaptive Interaction and Dementia

    Adaptive Interaction and Dementia

    How to Communicate without Speech

    Dr Maggie Ellis and Professor Arlene Astell, illustrated by Suzanne Scott

    Effective communication with people with dementia is imperative to good relationships with professional caregivers and family members. This book offers a person-centred approach to assessing the communication skills of people with dementia who are unable to speak, and presents evidence-based methods for effective non-verbal communication. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 208pp

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