Cathy Baldwin, Organisational Development Manager (Quality), Alzheimer's Society
At last a book that is written in a way that everyone can understand and use in their daily work. Person-centred and practical, this is something that will without doubt change the lives of people affected by dementia.
Henry Simmons, Chief Executive, Alzheimer Scotland
In this book the authors take us on an exciting learning journey by developing our understanding of communication, helping us to become communication partners and then equipping us with the knowledge of Adaptive Interaction. Using sensitive personal examples, the text enhances our ability and skills in such a way as to ensure we treat the person living with dementia as an equal and valued citizen engaged with the world and people around them in a truly meaningful way.
Angela Moore, Admiral Nurse Clinical Lead, Rutland County Council
The reader is provided with an overview of dementia which is easy to understand which also makes this book a valuable resource for anyone involved in the care of people living with dementia.