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Down's syndrome and dementia : philosophy of care

By: Dodd, Karen.
Publisher: Teddington Down's Syndrome Association 2008Description: DVD.Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | DEMENTIA | CARE GIVING
Contents:
1. Laws of dementia|2. Social model of dementia|3. Philosophy of care|4. Carer skills|5. Workbook
Summary: "Designed to help carers understand and think about the principles that need to underpin the care of a person with Down syndrome and dementia. Each person's experience of dementia is unique, but there are a common set of issues that people face as the dementia progresses. These can be managed more successfully if we understand what happens when someone has dementia and how we can work with them to provide excellence in care and quality of life." - DVD COVER
List(s) this item appears in: Down syndrome and dementia April 2017 | Down syndrome and dementia-(supporting someone with) Jan 2019
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    average rating: 3.0 (1 votes)
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"Designed to help carers understand and think about the principles that need to underpin the care of a person with Down syndrome and dementia. Each person's experience of dementia is unique, but there are a common set of issues that people face as the dementia progresses. These can be managed more successfully if we understand what happens when someone has dementia and how we can work with them to provide excellence in care and quality of life." - DVD COVER

1. Laws of dementia|2. Social model of dementia|3. Philosophy of care|4. Carer skills|5. Workbook

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Dull presentation

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nothing new - but may reinforce some practices

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more for managers of services

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