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Intouch : In Touch Issue 76
news resources What’s new on the bookshelf... need assistance; not sure what you want? ask the library! Hours: Monday to Friday 9am–4pm T: (02) 9888 4218 E: email@example.com Keep up to date with all new items in the Library, including books, DVDs and journal articles by visiting the Library News blog. W: www.alzheimersnswlibrary.blogspot.com Choose from more than one million general titles, as well as a wide range relating to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, at the Alzheimer’s Australia Online Bookshop. W: www.alz.seekbooks.com.au T: (02) 8206 9035 Access latest research, care practices and more by visiting the Alzheimer’s News blog. W: www.alznews.blogspot.com ? Contented dementia: 24-hour wraparound care for lifelong well-being By oliver james Clinical psychologist and author Oliver James outlines a groundbreaking and practical method for managing dementia that will allow both the person with dementia and the carer to maintain the highest possible quality of life throughout every stage of the illness. The method, specialised early care for Alzheimer’s disease, works by creating links between past memories and the routine activities of daily life in the present. Drawing on real-life examples and user-friendly, tried-and-tested methods, Contented Dementia provides essential information and guidance for carers, relatives and professionals. My Bonnie: How dementia stole the love of my life By john Suchet Television journalist John Suchet tells the story about how life changed when his wife Bonnie was diagnosed with dementia. In passionate and vivid prose that captures both the warmth of the good times and the utter despair of the bad times, John weaves together a series of moving and heartfelt stories of past and present, which give a unique insight into the pain of witnessing a loved one lose their memory. and still the music plays By Graham Stokes Clinical psychologist Graham Stokes draws on his memories of people with dementia to offer the reader a greater understanding of the condition and why some people behave in the way they do. Everyone with dementia is unique, Stokes believes, with distinct personalities and experiences, and it is only by thinking deeply about each person individually that we can respond to their unique needs and give the best care possible. The dementia care workbook By Gary Morris and jack Morris This workbook builds upon the person- centred approach to dementia care and gives students, practitioners and carers a new way of looking at dementia and the people who live with it. The authors reflect on the reality of working in dementia care and the importance of working positively with others to achieve the best care possible. The workbook is full of exercises and activities to try, all designed to help the reader engage and connect with the person with dementia, empowering both them and their families and carers. ...with AlzNSW Library and Information Services Coordinator Michelle de Mari ALZHEIMERS AUSTRALIA Handy Cross 1312 AlzheimersHandy1312.pdf © Lovatts Publications - 21/01/2011 BROWNBREAD STAB EUOANDAE GORED WEAKENING S ENGMNI MENSWEAR OFTEN OM SAC N SKEWERS MARTINI TNX ACN REDTAPE WETTING A MMI ES CHAMP OUTSMART IBLTNA A SNAKEBITE JILTS EBSOSOAP DRAM ANDSTRIPES Solutiontocrosswordonpage13
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