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PATHWAYS TO HOPE: Dementia

To be diagnozed with dementia is like being blindfolded and let loose in a maze. There is no clear treatment to follow, because each case is unique. But once thickets of misunderstanding and misinformation are brushed aside, there are pathways to hope. Secular models of support don't adequately reflect Christian values of compassion, love and service, explains Louise Morse. Neither do they describe the power of spiritual support. This is the key to the wellbeing of the caregiver, as well as the person with dementia. This book is packed with examples of what works, as well as practical advice and accessible medical information. Louise Morse is a cognitive behavioural therapist and works with a national charity whose clients include people with dementia. Over the years she has interviewed hundreds of people, and her MA dissertation examined the effects on families for a loved one with dementia.
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Pub Date01/11/2015
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Dementia: pathways to Hope Spiritual insights and practical advice A treasure trove of information and ideas - Deryn van der Tang, carer
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  • ISBN 9780857216557
  • Author MORSE LOUISE
  • Pub Date 01/11/2015
To be diagnozed with dementia is like being blindfolded and let loose in a maze. There is no clear treatment to follow, because each case is unique. But once thickets of misunderstanding and misinformation are brushed aside, there are pathways to hope. Secular models of support don't adequately reflect Christian values of compassion, love and service, explains Louise Morse. Neither do they describe the power of spiritual support. This is the key to the wellbeing of the caregiver, as well as the person with dementia. This book is packed with examples of what works, as well as practical advice and accessible medical information. Louise Morse is a cognitive behavioural therapist and works with a national charity whose clients include people with dementia. Over the years she has interviewed hundreds of people, and her MA dissertation examined the effects on families for a loved one with dementia.