The Nurse Explains: Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease and Vascular Dementia

The Nurse Explains: Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease and Vascular Dementia

Author: John David Baker, Sarah Baker

Format: Kindle Edition

Pages: 78

Language: English

Publisher: John Baker Independent publishing

Release Date: January 24, 2012

Description du Livre

This book is suitable for people with dementia, their relatives and for healthcare professionals alike.

(Author) John David Baker RN MIfL Dip.RSA PGCE BSc DipHE Cert Man Care Cert Dementia Care LCGI

This book explains Dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and Vascular Dementia.

This book is a bestseller. It previously reached the top spots for dementia books and psychiatric nursing books on the bestselling list on Amazon (during 2011).

Relatives that have read this book have said:

“I cried when I read this book. I never understood what had actually happened to my dad when he got dementia, until now”

“Now I understand what is happening to my mum and what to expect in the future”

“A book that I wish that I had read a long time ago, it is so helpful”

“I can see my granddad in this book. The things that this book talks about happened to him”

“Simple and clear English…..anybody can follow it…even me!”

Nurses and care staff that have read this book have said:

“I work in a hospital. We get many people in with dementia. Having read the book, I now understand this subject a lot better. I think I will be able to care for them a lot better”

“Very enjoyable”

“An excellent book for all nurses and carers working in hospitals and the community”

The book covers:

1. Overview of Dementia
2. What is dementia?
3. The Four Common Components of Dementia
4. Types of Dementia
5. Alzheimer’s Disease
6. Vascular Dementia
7. The Stages of Dementia
8. Medication for people with dementia
9. Abuse within Care Homes and the NHS
10. The Social and historical context of dementia

The author of this book is a practicing Nurse Specialist in Dementia Care, Care of the Older Person and Nursing Home Practice. He is also a relative of a person that had Vascular Dementia before she died.

He has spent decades working with people with dementia. He understands the theories and the realities of dementia extremely well. The author lives and breathes the world of dementia; he does not live in an ivory tower of academia or practice without understanding the theories of the academic world.

The author presents his knowledge in a clear and understandable way for all to read and enjoy.

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Other books by John David Baker
RN MIfL Dip.RSA PGCE BSc DipHE Cert Man Care Cert Dementia Care LCGI

The Nurse Explains: How to Choose a Care Home

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Published 2011, print page equivalent 32 pages (6,800 words).

Finding the best care home to live in can be one of the biggest decisions of your life. It can also be an extremely difficult one. Often people do not know where to start or what questions they need to ask.

Just how do you tell a good care home from a bad one?

This guide will answer this question, and much more, in just 32 precise pages.

This book is written by a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Care Home Practice.

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