Time for Dementia

A collection of writings on the meanings of time and dementia

Edited by Jane Gilliard and Mary Marshall. Illustrated by James McKillop

Time is the currency of dementia care - we should spend it on what we value most. This collection of writings, from both professional and personal perspectives, offers insight into: The meaning of time; Making time; Clocks; Time to love; Being in the moment; Night time; Past times; Pastimes; Making good use of time. Make time to read this book and get a whole new meaning on how to use this most precious currency.

Time for Dementia is illustrated in full colour throughout with James McKillop's stunning photographs.

Paperback, A4, 126pp, ISBN 978 1874 790 921

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