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Insight into Dementia

Waverley Abbey Insight Series

Insight into Dementia

Waverley Abbey Insight Series

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Paperback / softback

£8.99

Publisher: CWR
ISBN: 9781782591214
Number of Pages: 112
Published: 17/06/2013
Width: 12.9 cm
Height: 19.7 cm
Hope and practical help for people with dementia, their families, friends and carers.Rosemary Huntley explains what it's like to have dementia, examining its impact, outlining options and strategies for care - and much more. Suggested activities, reflections and prayers at the end of each chapter, along with poetry and biblical references throughout, help to aid reflection and will strengthen emotions and faith whilst offering hope to both those with dementia and their carers. The Waverley Abbey Insight Series is based on one-day seminars held by CWR at Waverley Abbey House to give insight into some key issues that many people struggle with today.

Rosemary Hurtley, Sheila Jacobs

Rosemary Hurtley is a consultant occupational therapist, working in quality improvement for older people across the statutory, voluntary and independent sectors. She is co-author of The Resident Centred Care Home Standard (TM) and is the co-author of 'Find the Right Care Home' (Age Concern Books, 2008). Sheila Jacobs is a writer and author of a number of Christian novels including 'Watchers', 2003, one of which won the CBC Gold award for published children's books 1998. A freelance editor, she has been involved in the Christian publishing world for some years, and has edited over 100 titles to date.

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