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Author: David Challis,Caroline Sutcliffe,Jane Hughes,Richard von Abendorff,Pamela Brown,John Chesterman
ISBN13: 978-0754674795
Title: Supporting People with Dementia at Home: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century (In Association With Pssru (Personal Social Services Research Unit))
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Category: Medicine
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 28, 2009)
Pages: 242

Supporting People with Dementia at Home: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century (In Association With Pssru (Personal Social Services Research Unit)) by David Challis,Caroline Sutcliffe,Jane Hughes,Richard von Abendorff,Pamela Brown,John Chesterman



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Supporting People with Dementia at Home: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK. Chester, . Hughes, H. and Challis, D. 2010. Patterns of commissioning, contracting and care management in social care services for older people in England. British Journal of Social Work, 40, 8, 2523–37. The case for specialist home care for people with dementia. Journal of Dementia Care, 11, 1, 20–1. Common Core Principles for Supporting People with Dementia. A Guide to Training the Social Care and Health Workforce. Skills for Health and Skills for Care, Leeds, UK.

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Supporting People with Dementia at Home details a groundbreaking study of an intensive care management scheme designed for older people with dementia that are at risk of entry into residential care. The authors use a quasi-experimental approach to compare how the individuals on the mental health team in one community were matched to a similar community without the service. They analyze the evidence focusing on the eventual placement of the individual suffering, the quality of care they receive, and also the needs of their carers. This book offers valuable evidence about the factors which can maximize the independence and well being of older people with dementia, from the perspective of older people and their carers. For those who commission services, it is highly relevant to service models for the National Dementia Strategy in England.