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Broadening the dementia debate

Ruth Bartlett

Broadening the dementia debate

towards social citizenship

by Ruth Bartlett

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Published by Policy Press in Bristol, Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social aspects,
  • Patients,
  • Dementia,
  • Care

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-143) and index.

    StatementRuth Bartlett and Deborah O"Connor ; with a foreword by Jim Mann
    SeriesAgeing and the lifecourse, Ageing and the lifecourse
    ContributionsO"Connor, Deborah
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC521 .B374 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 151 p. :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25176201M
    ISBN 101847421776, 1847421784
    ISBN 109781847421777, 9781847421784
    LC Control Number2010281880
    OCLC/WorldCa316826718


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In: Ryan T. [Ed] Animals in Social Work: How & Why They Matter. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. It is argued that the way in which we view a person with dementia can have a significant effect on the level of disability and wellbeing of the person.

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She maintains a small private practice focused on issues related to understanding and assessing capacity, especially within the context of abuse and neglect and/or complex. Framing dementia as a disability, this book takes a rights-based approach to expand the debate. Applying a social constructionist lens, it builds on earlier critical perspectives by bringing together concepts including disability, social inclusion, personhood, equality, participation, dignity, empowerment, autonomy and solidarity.

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Dr Ruth Bartlett is an Associate Professor within Health Sciences, programme lead for the MSc Complex Care in Older People, Co-director of the University’s Doctoral Training Centre in Dementia Care and Principal Investigator of an interdisciplinary, cross-faculty. Ruth has a national and international reputation for using social theories of citizenship and disability to extend thinking and practice in relation to people with dementia and has published several articles and co-authored a book on this by: 9.

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Author(s): Bartlett,Ruth; O'Connor,Deborah Title(s): Broadening the dementia debate: towards social citizenship/ Ruth Bartlett and Deborah O'Connor ; with a foreword by Jim Mann.

Country of Publication: England Publisher: Bristol: Policy Press. Broadening the Dementia Debate: Towards Social Citizenship, Ruth Bartlett and Deborah O'Connor, Bristol, Policy Press, pp.ISBN 1 7 (pbk)y £ This interesting and well written book is an excellent addition to the growing body of work published by Policy Press in their 'Ageing and the Lifecourse' series.1.

Introduction. It could reasonably be said that “citizenship” is the new kid on the block when it comes to ways of conceptualizing dementia [].Over the years, there has been a variety of alternatives suggested to person-centred dementia care, but it has stood the test of time [].Some would argue that the ubiquity of the notion of person-centred care as the standard to which so many Cited by: 1.