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Social Work and Alzheimer's Disease

By Rose Dobrof

Routledge – 1986 – 136 pages

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    978-0-86656-402-1
    January 1st 1986

Description

This timely volume describes for all social work professionals and other gerontological professionals new and innovative social work roles with Alzheimer’s Disease clients and their families in both hospital and non-hospital settings.

Contents

Contents Special Nursing Home Units for Residents With Primary Degenerative Dementia: Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Social Work Groups With Institutionalized Alzheimer’s Disease Victims
  • A Comprehensive Approach to Working With Families of Alzheimer’s Patients
  • Alzheimers Educational/Support Group: Considerations for Success--Awareness of Family Tasks, Pre-Planning, and Active Professional Facilitation
  • Assisting Families in Coping With Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Related Dementias With the Establishment of a Mutual Support Group
  • Adult Day Care: An Integrated Model
  • The Milieu Standard for Care of Dementia in a Nursing Home
  • Adjusting to a Residential Facility for Older Persons: A Child’s Perspective
  • Family Respite for the Elderly Alzheimer’s Patient
  • WORLD OF PRACTICE
  • A Model for Family Meetings in the Long Term Care of Alzheimer’s Disease

Related Subjects

  1. Clinical Social Work

Name: Social Work and Alzheimer's Disease (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: By Rose Dobrof. This timely volume describes for all social work professionals and other gerontological professionals new and innovative social work roles with Alzheimer’s Disease clients and their families in both hospital and non-hospital...
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