Category: Journal of Dementia Care


Editoral Comment

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by Paola Barbarino

Vol 25 No 5 Page 5


Mnemonic techniques: how to CEASE stress and distress

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Fionnuala Edgar describes how using different methods of teaching and learning – experiential learning and simplifying key concepts – had the potential to bring about practice change in a way that had not been achieved previously

Vol 25 No 5 Page 32


Living with PCA: ‘just take everything day by day’

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Nazneen Bamji and Christina Maciejewski discuss the rare form of dementia known as posterior cortical atrophy (PCA). They draw on the experience of Linda Hall, who was diagnosed by Cardiff memory team at the age of 59

Vol 25 No 5 Page 30


Music therapy: positive results, changes that last

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Ming Hung Hsu explains how music therapy can help care professionals respond better to the needs of people with dementia, reducing distressing symptoms and improving quality of care

Vol 25 No 5 Page 28


Dementia and sight loss: a challenging combination

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Sight loss affects tens of thousands of people with dementia, but with the right understanding, education and awareness, they can be supported to live well. Paul Ursell and Gemma Jolly show how one influential committee is making a difference

Vol 25 No 5 Page 26


The stuff of life

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David Sheard explains why the quality of interior engagement in care homes is so important

Vol 25 No 5 Page 22


Young dementia: together in perfect harmony

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Singing in harmony creates togetherness and belonging among people with young onset dementia. Claire Watts and Sabrina Findlay report

Vol 25 No 5 Page 20


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Pre-assessment counselling is helping to minimise anxiety surrounding the diagnostic process. Anna Buckell and colleagues discuss findings from their early intervention service

Vol 25 No 5 Page 18


ARCH: active residents in care homes

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Too few care home residents get the chance to engage regularly in meaningful activity, yet it can have a powerful impact on wellbeing. Julia Wood, Liezl Mari Anderson and Raymond Smith look at how an “active residents” programme is helping

Vol 25 No 5 Page 16


Love is listening

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Virtuoso percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie used her listening skills to make meaningful connections with care home residents with dementia. Helen Scott explains how the Love is Listening project worked

Vol 25 No 5 Page 14

 



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