Dementia as social experience [electronic resource] : valuing life and care / edited by Gaynor Macdonald and Jane Mears.
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
- Routledge studies in the sociology of health and illness.
Routledge studies in the sociology of health and illness
1 online resource (xii, 222 pages.)
Dementia -- Patients -- Care.
Dementia -- Patients -- Family relationships.
- Medical subjects:
- Reframing dementia. The social imperative
Negative positioning of 'dementia' in an environment of competition for resources
"Nobody cares about me". Older women, caring and dementia
Feeling invisible and ignored. Families' experiences of marginalisation living with younger onset dementia
Generational perceptions of dementia in the public sphere. Public health, age-othering and generational intelligence
Developing a relational approach to decision-making in health care settings
'We've always thought of one another'. Relational perspectives on autonomy and decision-making among people with dementia and their family-carers
Planning for the rest-of-life, not end-of-life. Reframing advance care planning (ACP) for people with dementia
The critical importance of adopting a "personhood lens" in reframing support and care for those with dementia
Emotional labour, person-centred care and problem solving in regulating dementia care
Why "person-centred" care is not enough. A relational approach to dementia.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web.
Description based on print version record.
- Macdonald, Gaynor (Gaynor Marilyn), 1948- editor.
Mears, Jane, editor.
Taylor & Francis eBooks
- 9781351241816 (electronic bk.)
1351241818 (electronic bk.)
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