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  1. The Pocket Guide to Mouth and Dental Hygiene in Dementia Care

    The Pocket Guide to Mouth and Dental Hygiene in Dementia Care

    Guidance for Maintaining Good Oral Health

    Dr Daniel J. Nightingale

    This pocket guide sets out tailored advice for supporting the oral and dental needs of people living with dementia. It sets out straightforward models on providing effective preventative mouth care, spotting symptoms and what to do when problems occur. This concise handbook will help any professionals working day to day with people with dementia. Learn More
    Nov 2020, Paperback / softback, 7.72in x 5.12in / 196mm x 130mm, 112pp, £14.99
    ISBN: 9781787751309
    2020, Ebook, ePUB, £14.99
    ISBN: 9781787751316
  2. Dementia-Friendly Communities

    Dementia-Friendly Communities

    Why We Need Them and How We Can Create Them

    Susan H. McFadden, PhD

    A hopeful and person-centred account of how friendship and community can create an environment where people with dementia are able to thrive. With examples of successful dementia-friendly initiatives, it shows their many benefits, not only for people living with dementia, but also their family, friends, and the wider community. Learn More
    Nov 2020, 240pp
  3. Best Practice in Professional Supervision, Second Edition

    Best Practice in Professional Supervision, Second Edition

    A Guide for the Helping Professions

    Allyson Davys and Liz Beddoe

    Fully revised and updated guide to being an excellent supervisor in the social care, nursing, counselling and allied health professions. Packed with essential updates informed by the very latest research in the field, and full of clinical case examples, this second edition is an essential guide for all professional and trainee supervisors. Learn More
    Dec 2020, 288pp
  4. Dementia, Law and Ethics

    Dementia, Law and Ethics

    A Practical Guide for Nurses and Other Healthcare Professionals

    Julian C. Hughes, Aileen Beatty and Charlotte Emmett

    This guide will give practitioners the confidence to deal with the ethical and legal issues which arise in clinical dementia contexts. The standalone chapters cover difficult issues such as abuse, behaviour that challenges, and forced care, and the book contains clinical case vignettes throughout. Learn More
    Dec 2020, 224pp
  5. The Family Experience of Dementia

    The Family Experience of Dementia

    A Reflective Workbook for Professionals

    Jack Morris and Gary Morris. Foreword by Kate Swaffer

    Dementia doesn't just affect the person with the diagnosis, but their family and friends too. This book provides practitioners with strategies to support families living with dementia pre- to post-diagnosis, using the story of a family and based on research throughout to help practitioners understand the lived experiences of everyone involved. Learn More
    Dec 2020, 320pp
  6. Innovative Approaches to Chronic Pain

    Innovative Approaches to Chronic Pain

    Understanding the Experience of Pain and Suffering and the Role of Healing

    Edited by Peter Wemyss-Gorman

    A reconsideration of our treatment and understanding of pain and suffering in all its forms, and approaches to its relief and management. Keynote speakers from the British Pain Society explore innovative approaches to pain management, recentring the importance of healing within the biomedicine-dominated field of pain medicine. Learn More
    Dec 2020, 240pp

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