Dementia care ebooks

 

Dementia care books available to staff and students on placement across the Plymouth health care community and SWASFT

Click title to access book– NHS Athens account required.

 

 


Coope, B. and Richards, F. (2014) ABC of dementia. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.


Ellis, M. and Astell, A. (2018) Adaptive interaction and dementia: how to communicate without speech. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Borenstein, A. and Mortimer, J. (2016) Alzheimer’s disease: life course perspectives on risk reduction. Amsterdam; London: Elsevier.


Welton, J. and Telford, J. (2013) Can I tell you about dementia?: a guide for family, friends and carers. Jessica Kingsley.


Brooker, D. and Lillyman, S. (2013) Dementia care. Nursing and health survival guide. Harlow, Essex: Pearson Education.


Smith, G. (2016) Dementia care: a practical approach. Boca Raton, FL; London: CRC Press.


Jenkins, C., Ginesi, L. and Keenan, B. (2016) Dementia care at a glance. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.


Pulsford, D. and Thompson, R. (2013) Dementia: support for family and friends. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Andrews, J. (2015) Dementia: the one-stop guide: practical advice for families, professionals and people living with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. London: Profile Books.


Baker, C. (2015) Developing excellent care for people living with dementia in care homes. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Tanner, L. and Lipinska, D. (2017) Embracing touch in dementia care: a person-centred approach to touch and relationships. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Middleton-Green, L. (2017) End of life care for people with dementia: a person-centred approach.  London: Jessica Kingsley.


Rahman, S. (2017) Enhancing health and wellbeing in dementia : a person-centred integrated care approach. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Rahman, S. and Howard, R. (2018) Essentials of dementia: everything you really need to know for working in dementia care.  London: Jessica Kingsley.


James, J. (2017) Excellent dementia care in hospitals: a guide to supporting people with dementia and their carers.  London: Jessica Kingsley.


Loveday, B. (2013) Leadership for person-centred dementia care. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Kaiser, P. and Eley, R. (2017) Life story work with people with dementia: ordinary lives, extraordinary people. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Budson, A. and Solomon, P. (2016) Memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia: a practical guide for clinicians. 2nd ed. Elsevier.


Brooker, D. and Latham, I. (2016) Person-centred dementia care: making services better with the VIPS framework. 2nd ed. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Warner, J. and Graham, N. (2018) A pocket guide to understanding alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. 2nd ed. London: Jessica Kingsley. 


Clarke, C. and Wolverson, E. (2016) Positive psychology approaches to dementia London: Jessica Kingsley.


Champagne, T. (2018) Sensory modulation in dementia care: assessment and activities for sensory-enriched care. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Grace, J. (2018) Sharing sensory stories and conversations with people with dementia: a practical guide. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Camp, C. and Camp, L. (2018) Teaching empathy and conflict resolution to people with dementia: a guide for person-centred practice. London: Jessica Kingsley.


James, I. and Jackman, L. (2017) Understanding behaviour in dementia that challenges: a guide to assessment and treatment. 2nd ed. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Baker, C. and Corrigan-Charlesworth, J. (2017) Visiting the memory cafe and other dementia care activities: evidence-based interventions for care homes. London: Jessica Kingsley.


Elliot-Wright, S. (2016) When someone you love has dementia. 2nd ed. London: Sheldon Press.


Hayo, H., Ward, A. and Parkes, J. (2018) Young onset dementia: a guide to recognition, diagnosis, and supporting individuals with dementia and their families.  London: Jessica Kingsley.