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Therapeutic Activities With Persons Disabled by Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders epub

by Carol Bowlby


Therapeutic Activities With Persons Disabled by Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders epub

ISBN: 0834203561

ISBN13: 978-0834203563

Author: Carol Bowlby

Category: Medical Books

Subcategory: Medicine

Language: English

Publisher: Aspen Pub; Lslf edition (January 1, 1993)

ePUB book: 1810 kb

FB2 book: 1857 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 283

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by Carol Bowlby (Author).

by Carol Bowlby (Author). The author provides an overview of the impairments that result from Alzheimer's Diease and related dementias and gives the reader some step-by-step methods for program planning. I recommend this book to adult day services, such as adult day care center, adult day health care programs, and mental health day treatment programs.

by Carol Bowlby Sifton (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0834211629. One of the best books I've found for understand how and why we should supply activities at different levels. Also translates well for developing activities for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Journal of Gerontological Nursing Therapeutic Activities with Persons Disabled by Alzheimer's . The followup chapter deals with the specific communication approaches necessary to relate to limited functioning elders.

In loose-leaf notebook format, this publication lends itself to practical day-today usage in any care setting involving demented persons.

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It provides extensive hands-on activities and the essential background information that will allow staff to understand and work with this population

It provides extensive hands-on activities and the essential background information that will allow staff to understand and work with this population.

The focus of this book is on treatments for persons with ADRD who require part-time (. day programs, acute hospitalization) or full-time residential care. The broad goal of these treatments is to enable such individuals to accomplish their final life tasks, to affirm their personhood, to reaffirm the value of their previous life experiences.

By Carol Bowlby Sifton.

By Carol Bowlby Sifton Carol Bowlby Sifton Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read.

Victoria General Hospital, Nova Scotia, Canada. Practical manual in loose-leaf binding for occupational therapists. Describes normal aging, Alzheimer's and related disorders. Activities include therapeutic, communication, and sensory.