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How to Live Longer and Feel Better

By Linus Pauling; Introduction by Melinda Gormley
Oregon State University Press
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The Importance of Food and Mealtimes in Dementia Care

The Table is Set

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Using her experience of working with older people with dementia, Grethe Berg explains how mealtimes can be used as opportunities for meaningful interaction, socialising and reminiscing. This book provides much-needed help and practical strategies for care managers and carers to reclaim mealtimes as positive experiences for people with dementia.

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A Journey Together

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Francesco Caracciolo was a successful architect and, with his wife Federica, also worked as photo reporter for the UN, travelling extensively throughout Africa and Asia. A diagnosis of Alzheimer's put an end to their travels. With thoughtfulness and honesty, Federica shares her experience of caring for her husband during his battle with Alzheimers.

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Deinstitutionalization and People with Intellectual Disabilities

In and Out of Institutions

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This collection of personal and professional perspectives addresses the key steps towards deinstitutionalization as they have been experienced by people with intellectual disabilities: living inside total institutions, moving out, living in the community and moving on to new forms of both institutionalization and community life.

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Reducing Stress-related Behaviours in People with Dementia

Care-based Therapy

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This practical book provides simple ways to reduce stress-related behaviours in people with dementia. The author suggests strategies for managing problems with feeding, bathing, toileting and sleep, looks at how to understand and cope with wandering, agitation and inappropriate sexual activity, and discusses ways of defusing aggressive behaviour.

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Depression in Later Life

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

The authors take a multidisciplinary approach and employ both medical and psycho-social models of depression. The medical model is used to identify symptoms, make diagnoses and work towards optimal treatment. Psycho-social perspectives provide insight into the scale and complexity of the condition and point to its social causes.

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