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What the hell happened to my brain? [electronic resource] : living beyond dementia

What the hell happened to my brain? [electronic resource] : living beyond dementia

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Swaffer, Kate.
Title Statement
What the hell happened to my brain? [electronic resource] : living beyond dementia / Kate Swaffer ; forewords by Dr Richard Taylor, Glenn Rees, AM, and Dr. Shibley Rahman.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   Philadelphia :   Jessica Kingsley Publishers,   2016.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (392 p.).
ISBN
1784500739 (ebk) 9781784500733 (ebk)
요약
Drawing on her own experiences, Kate Swaffer explores the daily challenges faced by those diagnosed with young onset dementia. Challenging the notion of 'prescribed disengagement', Kate offers a fresh perspective on how to live well with dementia, and how family, friends and dementia care professionals can support people post diagnosis.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
What the Hell Happened to my Brain? by Kate Swaffer; Disclaimer; Foreword by Dr Richard Taylor; Foreword by Glenn Rees, AM; Foreword by Dr Shibley Rahman; Dedication ; Acknowledgements; Author's Note ; Introduction; 1. Why Me, Why This, Why Now?; 2. The Early Days; 3. So, What the Hell Did Happen to My Brain?; 4. Illness, Sadness and Positivity; 5. The Dementia Train and Not Sweating the Small Stuff ; 6. Thank you, Richard Taylor; 7. Reactions to Dementia: Yours, Mine, Others; 8. The Burden of Disbelief; 9. Being Diagnosed with Younger Onset Dementia.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Dementia --Patients --Great Britain.
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260 ▼a London ; ▼a Philadelphia : ▼b Jessica Kingsley Publishers, ▼c 2016.
300 ▼a 1 online resource (392 p.).
500 ▼a Title from e-Book title page.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a What the Hell Happened to my Brain? by Kate Swaffer; Disclaimer; Foreword by Dr Richard Taylor; Foreword by Glenn Rees, AM; Foreword by Dr Shibley Rahman; Dedication ; Acknowledgements; Author's Note ; Introduction; 1. Why Me, Why This, Why Now?; 2. The Early Days; 3. So, What the Hell Did Happen to My Brain?; 4. Illness, Sadness and Positivity; 5. The Dementia Train and Not Sweating the Small Stuff ; 6. Thank you, Richard Taylor; 7. Reactions to Dementia: Yours, Mine, Others; 8. The Burden of Disbelief; 9. Being Diagnosed with Younger Onset Dementia.
505 8 ▼a 10. Children of People with Younger Onset Dementia11. Early vs Delayed Diagnosis; 12. Dementia, Grief and Loss: It's Very Complicated; 13. The Emotional Toll of Letting Go ; 14. Myths of Dementia; 15. Loneliness and Dementia; 16. Prescribed Disengagement®; 17. Dementia as a DisAbility; 18. Stigma and Dementia; 19. The Language of Dementia; 20. Dementia and Word Finding; 21. Employment and Dementia; 22. Driving and Dementia; 23. Family Care Partners or BUBs (Back-Up Brains); 24. Care Partners Speaking Out Publicly About People with Dementia; 25. Guilt.
505 8 ▼a 26. Who's Got the 'Challenging Behaviours'?27. Dementia and Common Sense ; 28. Interventions for Dementia; 29. Blogging and Writing as Interventions for Dementia; 30. Advocacy as an Intervention for Dementia; 31. Volunteering as an Intervention for Dementia; 32. Dementia-friendly/Accessible Communities; 33. Human Rights in Dementia and Aged Care ; 34. There is Big Money in Dementia; 35. Nothing About Us, Without Us ... ; 36. Love, Gifts, Dementia and Dying ; 37. A Final Word on Resilience and Memory; 38. Proof People with Dementia Can Live Beyond a Diagnosis of Dementia.
505 8 ▼a Appendix 1 -- Dementia: A Brief SummaryAppendix 2 -- Resources; References; Blank Page.
520 ▼a Drawing on her own experiences, Kate Swaffer explores the daily challenges faced by those diagnosed with young onset dementia. Challenging the notion of 'prescribed disengagement', Kate offers a fresh perspective on how to live well with dementia, and how family, friends and dementia care professionals can support people post diagnosis.
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