Early Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia: Evidence-Based Practice

JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERSISBN: 9781843106838

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Jill Manthorpe,Suzanne Cahill,Bob Woods,Esme Moniz-Cook,Rose-Marie Droes,Hilary Husband,Molly Burnham,Steffi Urbas,Georgina Charlesworth,Manuel Franco
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CONTENTS:1. Introduction: Personalising psychosocial interventions to individual need and context - Part I: Support at the time of diagnosis. 2. What do we tell people with dementia about their diagnosis and how do we tell them? - 3. Timely psychoscocial interventions in a memory clinic Part II: Cognitive and memory support. 4. Working with memory problems: cognitive rehabilitation in early dementia 5. Cognitive stimulation for people with mild cognitive impairment and early dementia 6. GRADIOR: A personalised computer-based cognitive training programme for early intervention in dementia 7. Memory groups for people with early dementia 8. Health technologies for people with early dementia: the ENABLE project Part III: Psychological, emotional and social support. 9. Group psychotherapy for people with early dementia 10. Art therapy: getting in touch with inner self and outside world 11. A host of golden memories: individual and couples group reminiscence 12. Developing group support for men with mild cognitive difficulties and early dementia 13. Group psycho-educational intervention for family carers Part IV: Developing evidence-based psychosocial support services. 14. The Meeting Centres Support Group Programme 15. Personalised disease management for people with dementia: the primary carer support programme 16. Carer interventions in the voluntary sector

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