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eBook Let's go wheelies!: Ill conceived behaviours amongst staff caring for people with dementia epub

by Brian Lodge

eBook Let's go wheelies!: Ill conceived behaviours amongst staff caring for people with dementia epub
  • ISBN: 0951032046
  • Author: Brian Lodge
  • Genre: Health
  • Subcategory: Mental Health
  • Publisher: British Association for Service to the Elderly (1992)
  • Pages: 69 pages
  • ePUB size: 1623 kb
  • FB2 size 1291 kb
  • Formats lrf mbr txt doc


staff caringfor peoplewithdementia. In this booklet, Brian Lodge has put together a series of telling snapshots of what life can be like in a place for the victims of dementia.

staff caringfor peoplewithdementia. A BASE Publication, 119 Hassell Street, Newcastle, Staffordshire ST5 1AX. 1992. In the Foreword, Tom Arie says this is a booklet for everyone involved in trying to help and support people with dementia. He goes on to say that his fantasy is that some rich person would pay for the book to be produced on such a scale that free copies came through the letter-box of every home.

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Individuals with dementia often demonstrate problem behaviour.

Individuals with dementia often demonstrate problem behaviour. There are many things that may contribute to such behaviours even something as simple as an uncomfortable, loud, or stressful environment. They could be experiencing pain, or be finding it hard to communicate or carry out simple tasks or perhaps there in unfamiliar surroundings. Although dementia does cause huge problems with communication it is important for care staff to support and develop new ways to get around it. Carers and other peoples’ attitudes play a big part in the well-being of people with dementia.

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The staff at geriatric clinics simply lack the concept that if you invest in a bedridden patient who’s struggling after a serious operation, they might be on their own two feet, going home, in two months, Oleskina told Meduza. Spend some time with people who care for relatives with dementia, and it’s easy to understand how these attitudes emerge. The Joy in Old Age Foundation argues that it also hurts the state when people have to care for loved ones themselves.

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