Social Work and Dementia
- David Moore - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
- Kirsty Jones - West Sussex County Council
A thought provoking read. Good introduction to younger students who may be thinking about entering the care profession. deconstructs concepts and suggests activities to review learning.
As well as the usual visual appeal and clarity of this series, this volume has a pleasing structure which makes it attractive. Key issues of law, safeguarding, personalisation and e-health&care are clearly outlined with extensive use of activities and other helpful illustrative material. Cost-effectiveness receives some mention within a broader framework of person-centredness. Well-written; well-referenced; a useful volume.
A useful and practical book which outlines some of the key aspects of this area.
Excellent book for students working in adult services.
This book provides a comprehensive approach to the models of care of hte person with dementia and the legislation to support the care and role of a social worker
if you want a book thats easy to read, that you can dip in and out of without feeling overwhelmed by legislation, this is the book for you.
David and Kirsty use case studies and activities to explore and clarify the complexities of the social care of people with dementia in such a clear straight forward way that the reader feels equipped to support people with dementia and their families in an area often misunderstood
Useful starting point for students learning about dementia
Accesable and easy to follow for level five students.
Very useful source for students.
This book offers a starting point to the subject. Its range is suited to level 4 students and those new to the subject.