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Memory and communication aids for people with dementia / by Michelle S. Bourgeois, Ph.D., CCC-SLP.

By: Bourgeois, Michelle S [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Baltimore, Maryland : Health Professions Press, Inc., [2014]Description: x, 150 p. : color illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781938870064 (pbk.); 1938870069 (pbk.).Uniform titles: Memory books and other graphic cuing systems. Subject(s): Dementia | Dementia -- Treatment | Memory disorders | Graphic arts -- Therapeutic use | Dementia -- rehabilitation | Activities of Daily Living | Communication Aids for Disabled | Cues | Reminder SystemsDDC classification: 616.8/3
Contents:
The continuing evolution of the memory books -- Using memory aids to enhance conversation -- Using memory aids to enhance orientation -- Using memory aids to enhance communication of wants, needs, safety -- Using memory aids to increase engagement and activity -- Using memory aids to modify problem behaviors -- Using memory aids in adult day, assisted living, and nursing homes -- Using memory aids in the home environment with family members.
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Preceded by Memory books and other graphic cuing systems / Michelle S. Bourgeois. c2007.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 139-143) and index.

The continuing evolution of the memory books -- Using memory aids to enhance conversation -- Using memory aids to enhance orientation -- Using memory aids to enhance communication of wants, needs, safety -- Using memory aids to increase engagement and activity -- Using memory aids to modify problem behaviors -- Using memory aids in adult day, assisted living, and nursing homes -- Using memory aids in the home environment with family members.

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