7 edition of Caring for People with Learning Disabilities (Wiley Series in Nursing) found in the catalog.
November 3, 2006
Written in English
|Contributions||Ian Peate (Editor), Debra Fearns (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||190|
Workers who support people with learning disabilities need to have the right values, skills and knowledge to provide high quality, person-centred support. Our practical resources and guides explain what skills and knowledge workers need to support people with learning disabilities, their carers and families, and how adult social care employers can develop the skills of their staff when working. A life story book is great fun that everyone can enjoy and be a part of. This is in effect a photo album with lots and lots of photos that catalogues what was or is important to that person in their life. Remember also that as Dementia progresses so might the clarity of the vision and field of vision reduce for the person concerned.
Caring for someone with a learning disability Most people with a learning disability were born with it or acquired it shortly after birth. They may have difficulty understanding, learning and remembering which can make it harder for them to communicate, learn new . More parents with learning disabilities now lead the way in training health and social care professionals. 3. Guidance to help professionals support parents with learning disabilities In January we organised our first National Gathering, an event that over people came to .
Featuring 11 chapters, each one with a detailed glossary, Learning to Care for People with Learning Disabilities is designed to be used as a reference book in either the clinical setting, classroom or at home. Chapters are re-divided into discrete sections reflecting . Abstract. Buchanan D () Caring for inpatients with learning disabilities. Nursing Times; 32/33, early on-line publication. People with learning disabilities are more than twice as likely as the rest of the population to experience ill health, yet their health needs are often poorly met.
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Featuring 11 chapters, each one with a detailed glossary, Learning to Care for People with Learning Disabilities is designed to be used as a reference book in either the clinical setting, classroom or at home.
Chapters are re-divided into discrete sections reflecting contemporary Learning Disability nursing practice. References to care in a range of primary and secondary care settings are made.
General Hospital Care for People with Learning Disabilities is a comprehensive resource for those health professionals in a general hospital setting who may come into contact with people with learning disabilities.
The book explores the nature of learning disabilities and highlights specific healthcare needs. Caring for People with Learning Disabilities (Wiley Series in Nursing) [Peate, Ian] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Caring for People with Learning Disabilities (Wiley Series in 4/5(2). Get this from a library. Caring for people with learning disabilities. [Tom Tait; Nicky Genders] -- "This new textbook will benefit anyone undertaking study as part of the national Learning Disability Awards Framework or student nurses in the first year of their course of studies."--Jacket.
Featuring 11 chapters, each one with a detailed glossary, Learning to Care for People with Learning Disabilities is designed to be used as a reference book in either the clinical setting, classroom Chapters are re-divided into discrete sections reflecting contemporary Learning Disability nursing practice.
Caring for People with Learning Disabilities will help to improve the quality of care provided to people with learning disabilities. It is a practical introduction for health care workers, student nurses and registered nurses who are not learning disability specialists.
All people with learning disabilities are entitled to. People with learning disabilities should have access to all the services that people without learning disabilities have. Give individuals or their carers information on local services including chaplaincy, hospice day care and complementary therapy.
Caring for People with Learning Disabilities is a concise introduction to the subject which covers all aspects of the care and support of the learning disabilities patient, for the non-specialist.
Written in a jargon-free style, the book has numerous practical examples and case studies to really help the reader frame the special requirements of Reviews: 1. Bell Caring Services Corp. opened in the fall of with a sole purpose to serve clients with disabilities. Our core mission is to focus on client choices, rights, and meeting or exceeding their own expectations.
Here at Bell Caring Services Corp. we recognize the importance of working with families and the support team to ensure the individual’s needs are being met on all levels. Eva Feder Kittay's Learning from My Daughter: The Value and Care of Disabled Minds is poised to make a major contribution to the disability literature and is likely to spark controversy among disability book's central contribution is the articulation of an ethics of care for meeting the “genuine needs” and “legitimate wants” of people with disabilities or chronic : Kevin Mintz, David Wasserman.
Caring for People with Learning Disabilities is a practice-based handbook with an up-to-date evidence base that challenges and encourages carers to develop a questioning approach to care provision. It emphasises the important relationship between theory and practice and helps those who care for people with a learning disability to understand 4/5(3).
CHANGE is an organisation for people with learning disabilities fighting for human rights. They have produced a series of booklets for people with cancer.
They include: Diagnosis and Treatment (for carers of people with learning disabilities) Diagnosis and Treatment (for people with learning disabilities) Palliative Care, End of Life Care and. Community Learning Disabilities, RNMH, Senior Lecturer Hertfordshire University April originally worked in a respite care setting for children and adults with learning disabilities.
She then became a Community Nurse and Health Facili-tator for people with learning disabilities and worked in four London bor. Caring for the Physical and Mental Health of People with Learning Disabilities $ People with learning disabilities are at greater risk of physical and psychiatric illness than the population at large, but their health needs are often not adequately supported.
Thank you for participating in this programme focusing on End of Life Care for People with Learning Disabilities. We hope that you enjoy your learning and both gain and affirm skills that can be applied to your practice.
This combined work and resource book supports the course material that will be presented over the course of the programme. A learning disability is a reduced intellectual ability and difficulty with everyday activities – for example household tasks, socialising or managing money – which affects someone for their whole life – source: Mencap.
Autism is a permanent developmental disability that deeply affects the ways in which a person communicates with, and relates to, other people. The book is structured into manageable chapters with explicit aims and learning outcomes.
Each chapter comprises short, clear sections, some of which include activities for students. However, these sections may be even more useful to teachers as facilitated learning opportunities.
Caring for People with Learning Disabilities provides. Caring for People with Learning Disabilites who are Dying By Noelle Blackman and Stuart Todd ISBN Paperback RRP: £ The majority of people with learning disabilities are likely to die whilst living in a service setting.
This invaluable new book, written by two leading practitioners in the field, will raise the awareness. Caring for people with learning disabilities / edited by Ian Peate, Debra Fearns.
Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.: alk. paper) I would like to dedicate this book to the many adults with learning disabiliti es I have had the pleasure to meet and work with over the years, who haveFile Size: 1MB.
Caring for People with Learning Disabilities is a concise introduction to the subject which covers all aspects of the care and support of the learning disabilities patient, for the non-specialist. Written in a jargon-free style, the book has numerous practical examples and case studies to really help the reader frame the special requirements of.
Caring for people with learning disabilities Caring for people with learning disabilities The books seeks to answer fundamental questions around key issues such as the underpinning principles that should guide practice, moving on to defining what a learning disability is and the importance of communication.
The important skills necessary to work in partnership with people.How to support people with learning disabilities 5 Most people with a learning disability can use these things in the same way as everyone else. Help with using computers, tablets and mobile phones People with a learning disability and hearing or sight problems can use special computer apps to help them understand Size: 2MB.
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