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Book

Not "them and us": simply us!: trainer's pack

Authors:
ARCHIBALD Carole, MURPHY Charlie
Publisher:
University of Stirling. Dementia Services Development Centre
Publication year:
1995
Pagination:
54p.
Place of publication:
Stirling

This Training Pack is in response to many requests for training material on activities for people with dementia. The training pack helps staff to look at the why, how and what of activities. The pack has many applications but it is primarily aimed at managers and co-ordinators who train staff in their place of work. The pack helps staff to develop and improve their practice with regard to activities.

Journal article

Never too late to fall in love

Author:
ARCHIBALD Carole
Journal article citation:
Journal of Dementia Care, 2(5), September 1994, pp.20-21.
Publisher:
Hawker

Discusses a framework for appropriate action towards sexual expression by people with dementia.

Book

Sexuality and dementia: a guide

Author:
ARCHIBALD Carole
Publisher:
University of Stirling. School of Human Sciences. Department of Applied Social S
Publication year:
1994
Pagination:
40p.,bibliog.
Place of publication:
Stirling

Papers from workshops looking at sexuality in old age, and focusing in particular on older people with dementia.

Journal article

Sex: is it a problem?

Author:
ARCHIBALD Carole
Journal article citation:
Journal of Dementia Care, 2(4), July 1994, pp.16-18.
Publisher:
Hawker

The expression of sexuality by older people with dementia is a problem for staff. Once this is openly acknowledged, a problem-solving approach is the next logical step.

Journal article

Sex, drugs and prejudice

Author:
ARCHIBALD Carole
Journal article citation:
Journal of Dementia Care, 2(3), May 1994, pp.20-21.
Publisher:
Hawker

Looks at attitudes past and present to sex and older people.

Journal article

Resident sexual expression and the key worker relationship: an unspoken stress in residential care work?

Author:
ARCHIBALD Carole
Journal article citation:
Practice: Social Work in Action, 13(1), 2001, pp.5-12.
Publisher:
Taylor and Francis

Reports on the findings of an ethnographic study, untaken in one Scottish social work department's residential home. It is possible that these insights might help to inform practice and help in developing an understanding of some of the issues around for staff when residents express sexual feelings and intent. As in the 'No Secrets' document (Department of Health, 2000), the author highlights some of the difficulties that can be experienced in the role of keyworker.

Book

REDS: re-evaluation of Dementia Sufferers Project: a community based multi-service project

Authors:
ARCHIBALD Carole, et al
Publisher:
University of Stirling. School of Human Sciences
Publication year:
1992
Pagination:
15p.
Place of publication:
Stirling

Looks at the evolution of the REDS project in Glasgow, which aimed to fill a large gap in the provision of services to people with dementia. Services provided by the project included day and home care and support group meetings.

Book

People with dementia in acute hospitals: a practice guide for registered nurses

Author:
ARCHIBALD Carole
Publisher:
University of Stirling. Dementia Services Development Centre
Publication year:
2003
Pagination:
91p.
Place of publication:
Stirling

A guide written for nurses on acute wards who are treating patients with acute conditions who also have a form of dementia. There is a lack of knowledge and understanding about dementia within the acute sector, which this guide hopes to address.

Book

People with dementia in acute hospitals: a practice guide for clinical support workers

Author:
ARCHIBALD Carole
Publisher:
University of Stirling. Dementia Services Development Centre
Publication year:
2003
Pagination:
68p.,bibliog.
Place of publication:
Stirling

People with dementia in acute hospitals have been a growing concern. The author has undertaken work in this area in West Lothian, Edinburgh and Falkirk. Action research with staff and documentation development has been part of the process. A literature review as part of our clinical series has been written and a practice guide for trained nurses is being compiled looking at issues when people with dementia area admitted to acute hospitals.

Book

A movable feast: different examples of respite care provision for people with dementia and their carers

Author:
ARCHIBALD Carole
Publisher:
University of Stirling. Dementia Services Development Centre
Publication year:
1996
Pagination:
63p.
Place of publication:
Stirling

This report emphasises the importance of respite in helping people to continue to care, but equally questions existing service provision and offers innovative service examples. What the report emphasises is that carers and people with dementia are a disparate group of people with different needs. Respite provision needs to be a 'movable feast' if it is to meet these needs.

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