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Title Dementia and social inclusion : marginalised groups and marginalised areas of dementia research, care and practice / edited by Anthea Innes, Carole Archibald and Charlie Murphy.
Imprint London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley, 2004.

Subject Dementia -- Patients -- Care.
Dementia -- Patients -- Services for.
Dementia.
Sociology, Medical.
Mental Health Services.
Alt Name Innes, Anthea.
Archibald, Carole.
Murphy, Charlie, 1960-
Description 1 online resource (288 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Cover; Dementia and Social Inclusion: Marginalised Groups and Marginalised Areas of Dementia Research, Care and Practice; Contents; Introduction; PART 1: Dementia and Social Change; 1. Dementia and Social Change: Views from a Sociologist of the Community; 2. Rural Communities; 3. Improving Domiciliary Care for People with Dementia and their Carers: The Raising the Standard Project; PART 2: Marginalised Socio-Cultural Issues in Dementia; 4. The Role of Spirituality in Providing Care to Dependent Elders among African American Family Caregivers; 5. Death and Dying.
Summary Examining important issues in dementia research and care that are often neglected or marginalized, the contributors to this book provide fresh perspectives on current practice. The authors put dementia care into a socio-cultural framework, highlighting the impact of social change on dementia care over the last two decades and challenging current stereotypes. The contributors address the implications of power relationships between carers and people with dementia and take an in-depth look at a broad spectrum of issues, including: the sexuality of people with dementia; communication and risk taki.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 1423709969 (electronic bk.)
9781423709961 (electronic bk.)
1846420253
9781846420252
9781843101741 (pbk.)
1843101742 (pbk.)
OCLC # 60715821
Additional Format Print version: Dementia and social inclusion. London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley, 2004 1843101742 (DLC) 2004010960 (OCoLC)55149357