Addresses the care of older people in the community, nursing and residential homes, and in the hospital setting. This book charts the development of this nursing speciality and contains a range of evidence-based material covering various aspects such as quality of life, mobility, social interaction, sexuality, community perspectives and others.
Caring for Older People: Developing Specialist Practice addresses the care of older people in the community, nursing and residential homes, and in the hospital setting. This unique text charts the development of this nursing specialty and contains a broad range of up-to-date, evidence-based material covering aspects such as quality of life, mobility, social interaction, sexuality, community perspectives and the care of those with learning disabilities or mental health problems.
Written by a well-respected group of clinical experts, this comprehensive text adopts a positive, modern approach to nursing older people, and recognises that the goals of the older person are concentrated on independence.
This book is highly recommended for nursing students at both pre- and post- registration levels who are specialising in caring for older people. It will also be of interest to health and social services staff who are responsible for caring for older people, and for staff working in nursing and residential homes.
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Undoubtedly a useful book which maps out many areas of significance to the care of older people. Journal of Dementia Care
I would recommend this book for all professionals to dip into... it should be part of any specialist library available for staff caring for older people. Age and Aging
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Table of Contents
The ageing process Maintaining quality of life Sensory deprivation and the older person Keeping active Cognition of self-awareness Social interaction Sexuality and sexual health Living alone: living with others Disease or distress: an exploration of mental health and age Social responsibility: an issue of age Community perspectives Care of the elderly person with a learning disability Adapting to change Meeting psychosocial needs of elderly people Quality, audit, review.
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