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Intouch : In Touch Issue 77
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 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 Alzheimer’s Australia Online Bookshop provides an easy way to purchase resources relating to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, as well as more than one million general titles. W: www.alz.seekbooks.com.au T: (02) 8206 9035 ? Strengthen your mind program by Kristin Einberger and Janelle Sellick Become an instant expert with research on brain health and memory. Learn about and practise mental activities with fun, interactive games, exercises and quizzes. Be with me today: a challenge to the Alzheimer’s outsider (DVD) by Richard Taylor PhD Richard Taylor was diagnosed with dementia when he was 58 years old. In this documentary, Richard speaks for a person-centred approach to care. Coping with grief by Mal and Dianne McKissock This little gem of a book helps readers through the grieving process. Easy to read and understand, it helps readers comprehend what they, their family or friends are going through. ...with AlzNSW Library and Information Services Coordinator Michelle de Mari Solutionpage8 Stressed carers study for dementia conditions • Are you a carer for a family member or relative who has a dementia-related condition? • Are you aged 18–80 years, and currently feeling stressed or upset? If YES... we are seeking volunteers to take part in a psychological study in the treatment of anxiety and depression in carers. The program consists of eight individual therapy sessions held at Macquarie University. The therapy is free for eligible carers. For further information, please contact: Dr Maria Kangas (Centre for Emotional Health) and her team on (02) 9850 4082/ 9850 8599, or email firstname.lastname@example.org CRICOS Provider Code 00002J ALZHEIMERS AUSTRALIA AlzheimersSudoku002.pdf NOVICE © Lovatts Publications 31/03/2011 54 21 5 3167 69 7 15 7 265 4 54 1 87 9283 4 93 53 637918542 215746389 894523167 369487215 781265934 542139876 928374651 176852493 453691728 Rating: Fill the grid so that every column, every row and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 to 9. The little book of conflict transformation by John Paul Lederach This clearly articulated book offers a hopeful and workable approach to conflict resolution. The author discusses ways to end something destructive and replace it with something desired, and how to deal with both immediate crises and long-term situations. Is dementia a bigger word than cancer? by Ross Colquhoun This book aims to prepare people for dementia. It clearly explains what patients might expect and what they can do. Early diagnosis, it argues, provides many benefits. It can allow patients a say in their care before memory loss progresses, and early interventions can delay onset or slow progress.
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