Dementia care ebooks available to staff and students on placement across the Plymouth health care community, SWASFT & SCAS
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- Elearning for Health (ELfH) -Health Education England’s suite of high quality content free of charge training (topics incl. COVID-19 programme Dementia,)
Richards, F. and Coope, B. (2020) ABC of dementia. 2nd ed. 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.
Duffy, F. (2019) CLEAR dementia care: a model to assess and address unmet needs. London: Jessica Kingsley
Nightingale, D. (2019) A clinician’s guide to non-pharmacological dementia therapies. London: Jessica Kingsley
James, I. and Gibbons, L. (2019) Communication skills for effective dementia care: a practical guide to communication and interaction training (CAIT). London and Philadelphia: 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.
Hughes, J.C. (2021) Dementia, Law and Ethics : A Practical Guide for Nurses and Other Healthcare Professionals. London : Jessica Kingsley.
Pulsford, D. and Thompson, R. (2020) Dementia: support for family and friends, 2nd ed. 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.
Hobson, P. (2019) Enabling people with dementia: understanding and implementing person-centred care. 3rd ed. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
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. (2020) Essentials of Delirium : Everything You Really Need to Know for Working in Delirium Care 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.
Harrison Dening, K. (2019) Evidence-based practice in dementia for nurses and nursing students. 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.
Nightingale, D. (2020) Pocket Guide to Mouth and Dental Hygiene in Dementia Care : Guidance for Maintaining Good Oral Health. 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.
Martin, L. (2019) Practical nutrition and hydration for dementia-friendly mealtimes. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Christie, J., Mitchell, W. and Marshall, M. (2020) Promoting resilience in dementia care: a person-centred framework for assessment and support planning. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Pool, J. (2019) Reducing the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias: a guide to personal cognitive rehabilitation techniques. 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.
Barnett, D. (2019) Straightforward guide to safeguarding adults: from getting the basics right to applying the Care Act and criminal investigations. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.
Truswell, D. (2019) Supporting People Living with Dementia in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities : Key Issues and Strategies for Change London and Philadelphia: 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.
Manthorpe, J. and Moniz-Cook, E. (2020) Timely psychosocial interventions in dementia care. 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.
Astell, A., Smith, S. and Joddrell, P. (2019) Using technology in dementia care: a guide to technology solutions for everyday living. London: Jessica Kingsley.
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.