Ageing at Home: Practical Approaches to Community Care
Ausmed Publications, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 312 pages
Carer's guide to assisting aging people to continue living in their own homes and put in place affordable, efficient and compassionate care. Covers aged care in the new millennium, holistic care, the impact of legal, cultural and ethical issues on aged care, medication and the aging person, responding to dementia, and palliative care. Includes illustrations, figures, tables, appendices and index. Foreword by Delys Sargeant. Author has worked in many areas of clinical nursing in hospitals, in the community and in residential care. She has been a community agency manager and case manager, and an academic at Monash University.
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