Positive Psychology Approaches to Dementia

Chris Clarke (Redaktør) ; Emma Wolverson (Redaktør) ; Esme Moniz-Cook (Innledning) ; Bob Woods (Innledning) ; Mr John Killick (Innledning) ; Mike Nolan (Innledning) ; Tony Ryan (Innledning) ; Catherine Quinn (Innledning) ; Andrew Norris (Innledning) ; Kirsty Patterson (Innledning)

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The first book to explore how positive psychology constructs relate specifically to living well with dementia

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword by Christine Bryden. Preface. 1. Ageing, Health and Positive Psychology. Elspeth Stirling, Clinical Psychologist, UK. 2. A Positive Psychology Approach to Dementia. Dr Chris Clarke, Research Tutor, Department of Psychological Health and Wellbeing, University of Hull, UK, Dr Emma Wolverson, Academic and Research Tutor, Department of Psychological Health and Wellbeing, University of Hull and Professor Esme Moniz-Cook, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Center of Dementia Research and Practice, University of Hull. 3. Wellbeing in Dementia. Dr Alison Phinney, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Canada. 4. Hope and Dementia. Emma Wolverson and Chris Clarke. 5. Humour and Dementi. Chris Clarke and Helen Irwin, University of Hull. 6. Resilience and Living Well with Dementia. Phyllis Brady Harris, Ph.D., Professor and Chairperson, Department of Sociology, Director of Aging Studies, John Carroll University, USA. 7. Growth. Emma Wolverson and Kirsty M. Patterson, University of Hull. 8. Creativity and Dementia. John Killick. 9. Spirituality and Wisdom. Andrew Norris and Professor Bob Woods, Director, Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC), Bangor University, UK. 10. Positive Psychology and Relational Dementia Care: Creating an 'Enriched Environment'. Tony Ryan and Mike Nolan. 11. Positive Experiences in Dementia Caregiving. Dr Catherine Quinn, REACH: The Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health, School of Psychology, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, UK. Index.

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John Killick has been the Writer in Residence and Poet Mentor on several Poetry and Dementia projects over the last 25 years. He currently runs a residential Poetry and Dementia course in Wales. Christine Bryden has worked in the pharmaceutical industry and as a senior executive in the Australian Prime Minister's Department. Following her diagnosis with Alzheimer's Disease in 1995, she has been instrumental in setting up local support groups for people with dementia and has addressed national and international conferences. In 2003 she was the first person with dementia to be elected to the Board of Alzheimer's Disease International. Her first book Who will I be when I die? was published in 1998 and has been translated into several languages. She lives in Brisbane, Australia.