Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities Experiencing Loss and B

ereavement: Theory and Compassionate Practice

JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERSISBN: 9781849053693

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Mandy Parks,Helena Priest,Philip Dodd,Rachel Forrester-Jones,Ted Bowman,Philip J Larkin,Michele Wiese,Erica Brown,Linda Machin,Sue Read
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Foreword by Professor Owen Barr. Introduction. Sue Read. Part I: Theoretical Perspectives. 1. Loss in the Caring Context. Sue Read. 2. Living with Loss. Sue Read and Mary Davies. 3. Grief and Mourning. Sue Read. 4. Complicated Grief. Philip Dodd and Noelle Blackman. 5. Spirituality. Bill Gaventa. 6. Psychological Support in Health Care. Helena Priest. Part II: Contemporary Practice Issues. 7. Loss and Resilience. Linda Machin. 8. Working Creatively to Facilitate Loss. Sue Read. 9. Caring Fatigue. Ted Bowman. 10. Supporting Professsional Carers. Michele Wiese. 11. Advocacy, Empowerment and Communication. Patsy Cocoran. Part III: Specialist Contexts and Considerations. 12. Loss, the Family and Caring. Mike Gibbs. 13. Loss and People with Autism. Rachael Forrester-Jones. 14. Loss in Forensic Environments. Ben Hobson, Sue Read and Helena Priest. 15. Children and Loss. Erica Brown. 16. Loss and End of Life Care. Karen Ryan, Phil Larkin and Suzanne Guerin. 17. Living with Shattered Dreams. Mandy Parkes. 18. Research, Inclusivity and Marginalised Groups. Sue Read. Conclusion. Sue Read. References. Index.

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