Parution – Dementia

Parution – Dementia

Dementia, aout 2011, vol. 10, n°3
Dignity in dementia: A personal view
Kath Morgan

‘Early days’: Knowledge and use of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 by care home managers and staff
Jill Manthorpe, Kritika Samsi, Hazel Heath, and Nigel Charles

Managing dementia agitation in residential aged care
John W. Bidewell and Esther Chang

How family carers view hospital discharge planning for the older person with a dementia
Michael Bauer, Les Fitzgerald, Susan Koch, and Susan King

Living through end-stage dementia: The experiences and expressed needs of family carers
Chris Shanley, Cherry Russell, Heather Middleton, and Virginia Simpson-Young

‘Oh he was forgettable’: Construction of self identity through use of communicative coping behaviors in the discourse of persons with cognitive impairment
Pamela A. Saunders, Kate de Medeiros, and Ashley Bartell

‘That’s me, the Goother’: Evaluation of a program for individuals with early-onset dementia
Jennifer M. Kinney, Cary S. Kart, and Luann Reddecliff

I’m still the same person: The impact of early-stage dementia on identity
Lisa S. Caddell and Linda Clare

What’s so big about the ‘little things’: A phenomenological inquiry into the meaning of spiritual care in dementia
Tracy J. Carr, Sandee Hicks-Moore, and Phyllis Montgomery

StoryCorps’ Memory Loss Initiative: Enhancing personhood for storytellers with memory loss
Marie Y. Savundranayagam, Lorna J. Dilley, and Anne Basting

A psycho-educational intervention focused on communication for caregivers of a family member in the early stage of Alzheimer’s disease: Results of an experimental study
Krystyna Klodnicka Kouri, Francine C. Ducharme, and Francine Giroux