Parution – Dementia

Parution – Dementia

Dementia, November 2010, Vol. 9, No. 4

My husband has young-onset dementia: A daughter, wife and mother’s story
Anne Brown and Pamela Roach

The effectiveness of the Talking Mats framework in helping people with dementia to express their views on well-being
Joan Murphy, Cindy M. Gray, Theo van Achterberg, Sally Wyke, and Sylvia Cox

Care-giving in dementia: Contours of a curriculum
Bère Miesen

A home away from home: The meaning of home according to families of residents with dementia
Carole A. Robinson, R. Colin Reid, and Heather A. Cooke

Ambulatory actigraphy correlates with apathy in mild Alzheimer’s disease
Renaud David, Alice Rivet, Philippe H. Robert, Veronique Mailland, Leah Friedman, Jamie M. Zeitzer, and Jerome Yesavage

‘We’ve had a wonderful, wonderful thing’: Formulaic interaction when an expert has dementia
Alison Wray

The carer’s world: An interactive reusable learning object
Andy Pulman, Les Todres, and Kathleen Galvin

Innovative practice
Jo Moriarty

Applying a strength-based intervention for dyads with mild to moderate memory loss: Two case examples
Sarah J. Yarry, Katherine S. Judge, and Silvia Orsulic-Jeras

Lessons learned from implementing a psycho-educational intervention for African American dementia caregivers
Carmen L. Morano and M. Denise King

Counselling people with Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) and their families
Clare Morris

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