Challenging Behaviour in Dementia: A Person-centred Approach (Speechmark Editions) Paperback – 14 Jul 2000
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I would recommend this book to all who come in contact with people with dementia. --British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing
A detailed, extremely practical book ... This book s value is in its thorough treatment of this often complex area of clinical work ... undoubtedly a valuable source of information. --RCSLT Bulletin
Comprehensive and easy to use text...this is a well presented, easy to read, comprehensive text; a must for any clinician working in the field. --International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
About the Author
Graham Stokes is a Consultatnt Clinical Psychologist, Premier Health NHS Trust, Staffordshire, and Director of Mental Health, BUPA Care Services. He is a specialist in neurodegenerative disease and dementia, and has been instrumental in the development of person-centred approaches to assessment and care, with particular reference to challenging behaviour.
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A book like this could be compulsory readying for all care home staff.....even the cook and cleaners!
A good deal is being published today about dementia that comes from a purely academic point of view, with no experiental background. As a result it is broad brush broke and superficial and, if taken as directive advice, crumbles at the point of application. It sounds good but it just doesn't work.
Dr Stokes' book is exactly the opposite.Read more ›
Interesting and new ways of approaching care.
Noticed a colleague had this book and I was borrowing it ....a lot.
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This is an extremely helpful book, packed with valuable information written in a very accessible way. I love it and will no doubt refer to it often.Published on 2 May 2014 by sally nicol
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