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Protecting Seniors Against Environmental Disasters - From Hazards and Vulnerability to Prevention and Resilience (Hardcover):... Protecting Seniors Against Environmental Disasters - From Hazards and Vulnerability to Prevention and Resilience (Hardcover)
Michael R. Greenberg
R2,675 Discovery Miles 26 750 Special order

The baby boom generation were born between 1946 and 1964 and are the largest population cohort in US history. They should number about 90 million by mid-century, more than doubling their current size. The massive increase in seniors and relative decline of those of working age in the US is mirrored in almost all the world's most populous countries. This book connects the dots between the US baby boom generation and the marked increase in natural and human-caused disasters. It evaluates options available to seniors, their aids, for and not-for and for-profit organizations and government to reduce vulnerability to hazard events. These include coordinated planning, risk assessment, regulations and guidelines, education, and other risk management efforts. Using interviews with experts, cases studies, especially of Superstorm Sandy, and literature, it culls best practice and identify major gaps. It is original in successfulness in making the connection between the growing group of vulnerable US seniors, environmental events, and risk management practices in order to isolate the most effective lessons learned.

International Perspectives on Elder Abuse (Hardcover, New): Amanda Phelan International Perspectives on Elder Abuse (Hardcover, New)
Amanda Phelan
R2,678 Discovery Miles 26 780 Special order

Elder abuse has been increasingly recognised over the past ten years in many countries and progress has been made in both understanding and addressing the issue. This volume provides a much-needed international overview of the topic. Opening with an examination of what elder abuse is, Amanda Phelan sets it in a theoretical context and looks at assessment and approaches to the issue in residential and community care environments. The book then presents a range of country studies, which provide an overview of the context of elder abuse in the country and a discussion of related policy, legislation, research and practice. Countries covered include Ireland, United Kingdom, Spain, China, Australia, Kenya, Israel, Canada and the United States, whilst a regional chapter looks at South America. A concluding chapter draws together cross-cultural comparisons and provides some guidance as to best practice. The only comprehensive book in this area, International Perspectives on Elder Abuse is an invaluable reference for practitioners, academics and researchers from a range of disciplines, including nursing, social work, sociology, public health and social policy.

Singapore's Ageing Population - Managing Healthcare and End-of-Life Decisions (Hardcover, New): Wing-Cheong Chan Singapore's Ageing Population - Managing Healthcare and End-of-Life Decisions (Hardcover, New)
Wing-Cheong Chan
R2,677 Discovery Miles 26 770 Special order

A rapidly ageing population is the most significant demographic issue confronting Singapore in our lifetime. This has created new and increasing demands on Singapore's healthcare system and on the families of the older adults. The challenge is in providing a system of care that is humane, effective and sustainable financially. This requires coordination between state funded providers, the family and the community.

This book offers a multi-disciplinary perspective by researchers from various disciplines such as medicine, sociology, anthropology and law on managing healthcare and end-of-life decisions in Singapore. Providing information and suggestions for better policy formulation towards the aged, this book is an invaluable resource for policy makers, serivce practitioners and scholars working on Asian gerontology.

Environmental Gerontology - What Now? (Hardcover, New): Rick J. Scheidt, Benyamin Schwarz Environmental Gerontology - What Now? (Hardcover, New)
Rick J. Scheidt, Benyamin Schwarz
R2,597 Discovery Miles 25 970 Special order

Environmental gerontology - the research on aging and environment - evolved during the late 1960s, when the domain became a relevant topic due to societal concerns with the problems of housing for elderly people. The field proliferated during the 1970s and 1980s, and remains viable and active today on an international scale. However, in recent times, the viability of the field and its future has been brought into question. In this volume, international experts across diverse areas reflect on the current progress of their respective disciplines, illustrating research-grounded benefits emerging from their work, and suggesting new agenda that can guide progress in the future. The contributors address a wide range of issues, including: evaluation of existing paradigms and new theories that might advance both research and training; issues and applications in methods, measures, and empirically-generated research agenda; innovative approaches to environmental transformations in home, community, and long-term care settings; and understudied populations and issues in environmental gerontology. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Housing for the Elderly.

Generational Intelligence - A Critical Approach to Age Relations (Hardcover): Simon Biggs, Ariela Lowenstein Generational Intelligence - A Critical Approach to Age Relations (Hardcover)
Simon Biggs, Ariela Lowenstein
R2,237 Discovery Miles 22 370 Special order

The question of communication and understanding between different generations is emerging as a key issue for the twenty-first century. The advent of ageing populations may lead to increased conflict or solidarity in society, and provokes a profound ambivalence both in public and in the private sphere. In a new approach, Biggs and Lowenstein offer a critical examination of Generational Intelligence as one way of addressing these issues. How easy is it to put yourself in the shoes of someone of a different age group? What are the personal, interpersonal and social factors that affect our perceptions of the `age other'? What are the key issues facing families, workplaces and communities in an ageing society? This book sets out a way of thinking about interpersonal relations based on age, and the question of communication between people of different ages and generations. The book challenges existing orthodoxies for relations between adults of different ages and draws out steps that can be taken to increase understanding between generational groups. The authors outline a series of steps that can be taken to enhance Generational Intelligence, examine existing theories and social issues, and suggest new directions for sustainable relations between generational groups.

Retirement, Work and Pensions in Ageing Korea (Hardcover, New): Jae-Jin Yang, Thomas Klassen Retirement, Work and Pensions in Ageing Korea (Hardcover, New)
Jae-Jin Yang, Thomas Klassen
R2,674 Discovery Miles 26 740 Special order

Even among the four Asian tigers, with their economic miracles during the past several decades that allowed them to join the ranks of the developed nations, South Korea is extraordinary. As significant as its economic progress, from a dirt poor and devastated nation in the 1960s, is South Korea's emerging welfare state. Although established in a short time, and still immature in some aspects, its unique East-Asian model now faces a population that is aging at an unprecedented rate.

This book introduces readers to the impact of demographic changes in Korea, particularly the impact of these on work, retirement and pensions; and as importantly, provides an explanation for the reforms of public policy in these domains. The chapters provide an up-to-date assessment of aging, retirement, and pension policies in South Korea and give valuable insights into the diverse aspects of the unprecedented rapid aging. The theme of this volume, which brings together the foremost Korean scholars and experts, is how rapid demographic change in Korea has been a central factor in income security policy for the elderly, as well as workplace policies.

Last Years of Long Lives - The Larvik Study (Paperback): Tor Inge Romoren Last Years of Long Lives - The Larvik Study (Paperback)
Tor Inge Romoren
R962 Discovery Miles 9 620 Special order

The Last Years of Long Lives is a unique account of that period of old age which precedes death. Based on 400 complete individual histories and covering a twenty-year period, it looks at the experiences of people over eighty years old in three important areas: disability, family life and health care. Using the life-course approach to research, it reveals rich data about the contributions of formal and informal care and how life expectancy and experiences of disability interact with experiences of care. The reader is invited to conceptualise these phenomena as processes in continuous time - processes that are sometimes long and complex, sometimes short and simple - and learns about the four types of disability career before death. At the same time, the author presents a three-stage model of informal care and examines the main patterns of formal service use. The Last Years of Long Lives presents a new way of looking at old age for students, researchers, practitioners and policy makers and gives a comprehensive picture of what has been called 'the fourth age'.

Group Techniques for Aging Adults - Putting Geriatric Skills Enhancement into Practice (Paperback, 2nd New edition): Kathie T.... Group Techniques for Aging Adults - Putting Geriatric Skills Enhancement into Practice (Paperback, 2nd New edition)
Kathie T. Erwin
R717 Discovery Miles 7 170 Special order

Elders can struggle with issues of social isolation and self-esteem, and benefit from having positive coping skills at their disposal. The practical ideas Kathie Erwin imparts in this second edition help mental health professionals working with elderly populations to create an interactive, multi-modal program that addresses the issues and needs elders have. The group modalities are defined in holistic contexts of mind, body, society, and spirituality. Among the group modalities are reminiscence, bibliotherapy, remotivation, humor, expressive art, and therapeutic writing and sacred spaces, which are new to this edition. Mental health professionals appreciate the practical and detailed guidelines for how to design, implement, and monitor progress for various types of group modalities that allow them to put theory into practice easily. Their elder clients will benefit from the methods they develop in group to deal with problems such as isolation and reduced social networks.

Group Techniques for Aging Adults - Putting Geriatric Skills Enhancement into Practice (Hardcover, 2nd New edition): Kathie T.... Group Techniques for Aging Adults - Putting Geriatric Skills Enhancement into Practice (Hardcover, 2nd New edition)
Kathie T. Erwin
R2,100 Discovery Miles 21 000 Special order

Elders can struggle with issues of social isolation and self-esteem, and benefit from having positive coping skills at their disposal. The practical ideas Kathie Erwin imparts in this second edition help mental health professionals working with elderly populations to create an interactive, multi-modal program that addresses the issues and needs elders have. The group modalities are defined in holistic contexts of mind, body, society, and spirituality. Among the group modalities are reminiscence, bibliotherapy, remotivation, humor, expressive art, and therapeutic writing and sacred spaces, which are new to this edition. Mental health professionals appreciate the practical and detailed guidelines for how to design, implement, and monitor progress for various types of group modalities that allow them to put theory into practice easily. Their elder clients will benefit from the methods they develop in group to deal with problems such as isolation and reduced social networks.

Lessons on Aging from Three Nations - The Art of Caring for Older Adults (Paperback): Sara Carmel, Carol A Morse, Fernando... Lessons on Aging from Three Nations - The Art of Caring for Older Adults (Paperback)
Sara Carmel, Carol A Morse, Fernando M.Torres- Gil
R819 Discovery Miles 8 190 Special order

The global phenomenon of the aging of societies during a period of outstanding scientific, economic, and technological advancements is a blessing for humanity. These fundamental changes, however, create new needs and problems in all areas of life, often difficult to address. In some countries, the trend is towards compression of the period of age-related morbidity - fewer years of living with disabilities - but the absolute numbers of elderly people living with disabilities are increasing worldwide. This book highlights a series of global threats, problems and challenges in the areas of care and caregiving, through the prism of three multicultural nations: the United States, Israel and Australia. The contributors to this book, experts in their fields, focus on the art of caregiving at the national level, including the interface between family and state responsibilities, policies and practices in the provision of services, and the demands for education and training, as well as the problems and difficulties faced by family caregivers. This is the second of two edited volumes on aging and caregiving. The first, ""Lessons on Aging from Three Nations - Volume I: The Art of Aging Well"", examines positive aspects of and successful adaptations to aging. This book will be of interest to students of gerontology and geriatrics; those working in nongovernmental organizations - private, for-profit and non-profit agencies, including voluntary charitable and religious groups, those working in national regional and local governments, and all general readers intrigued with the aging of societies and longevity.

Institutionalization and Alternative Futures (Hardcover): Jon Hendricks Institutionalization and Alternative Futures (Hardcover)
Jon Hendricks
R2,237 Discovery Miles 22 370 Special order

No one wants to put an aging relative in a "home." But very few people have an understanding of the issues involved and options available for an older person who needs outside care. This important book offers a variety of new insights into ways of maximizing choice, independence, and well-being, and minimizing the emotional stunting often associated with institutionalization. Both imaginative institutional programs and such alternatives as community maintenance are examined.

Later-Life Social Support and Service Provision in Diverse and Vulnerable Populations - Understanding Networks of Care... Later-Life Social Support and Service Provision in Diverse and Vulnerable Populations - Understanding Networks of Care (Hardcover)
Janet M. Wilmoth, Merril D. Silverstein
R2,346 Discovery Miles 23 460 Special order

Later-Life Social Support and Service Provision in Diverse and Vulnerable Populations offers current, multidisciplinary perspectives on social support and service provision to older Americans. The chapters trace how our understanding of social support among older adults has developed over the past 40 years and explore current gerontological research in the area. They consider how informal care arrangements articulate with formal long-term care policies and programs to provide support to the diverse population of older Americans. They also emphasize heterogeneity in the composition of support networks, particularly in relation to gender, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, and immigrant status. Collectively, the chapters provide insight into the complexity of older adult's social support networks that can be used to improve the services provided to caregivers and care recipients as well as the policies that promote high-quality support to people of all ages who are in need of assistance.

Long-term Care for the Elderly in Europe - Development and Prospects (Hardcover): Bent Greve Long-term Care for the Elderly in Europe - Development and Prospects (Hardcover)
Bent Greve
R2,673 Discovery Miles 26 730 Special order

Long-term care is an increasingly important issue in many contemporary welfare states around the globe given ageing populations. This ground-breaking book provides detailed case studies of 11 EU-member states' welfare regimes within Europe to show how welfare states organize, structures and deliver long-term care and whether there is a social investment perspective in the delivery of long-term care. This perspective is important because the effect of demographic transitions is often used as an argument for the existence of economic pressure on welfare states and a need for either direct retrenchment or attempts to reduce welfare state spending. The book's chapters will look specifically into how different welfare states have focussed on long-term care in recent years and what type of changes have taken place with regard to ageing populations and ambitions to curb increases in public sector spending in this area. They describe the development in long-term care for the elderly after the financial crisis and also discuss the boundaries between state and civil society in the different welfare states' approaches to the delivery of care.

Resilience in Aging - Concepts, Research, and Outcomes (Paperback, 2011 ed.): Barbara Resnick, Lisa P Gwyther, Karen A. Roberto Resilience in Aging - Concepts, Research, and Outcomes (Paperback, 2011 ed.)
Barbara Resnick, Lisa P Gwyther, Karen A. Roberto
R3,313 R3,133 Discovery Miles 31 330 Save R180 (5%) Special order

The many significant technological and medical advances of the 21st century cannot overcome the escalating risk posed to older adults by such stressors as pain, weakness, fatigue, depression, anxiety, memory and other cognitive deficits, hearing loss, visual impairment, isolation, marginalization, and physical and mental illness. In order to overcome these and other challenges, and to maintain as high a quality of life as possible, older adults and the professionals who treat them need to promote and develop the capacity for resilience, which is innate in all of us to some degree. The purpose of this book is to provide the current scientific theory, clinical guidelines, and real-world interventions with regard to resilience as a clinical tool. To that end, the book addresses such issues as concepts and operationalization of resilience; relevance of resilience to successful aging; impact of personality and genetics on resilience; relationship between resilience and motivation; relationship between resilience and survival; promoting resilience in long-term care; and the lifespan approach to resilience. By addressing ways in which the hypothetical and theoretical concepts of resilience can be applied in geriatric practice, Resilience in Aging provides inroads to the current knowledge and practice of resilience from the perspectives of physiology, psychology, culture, creativity, and economics. In addition, the book considers the impact of resilience on critical aspects of life for older adults such as policy issues (e.g., nursing home policies, Medicare guidelines), health and wellness, motivation, spirituality, and survival. Following these discussions, the book focuses on interventions that increase resilience. The intervention chapters include case studies and are intended to be useful at the clinical level. The book concludes with a discussion of future directions in optimizing resilience in the elderly and the importance of a lifespan approach to aging.

Technologies for Active Aging (Paperback, 2013 ed.): Andrew Sixsmith, Gloria Gutman Technologies for Active Aging (Paperback, 2013 ed.)
Andrew Sixsmith, Gloria Gutman
R2,291 Discovery Miles 22 910 Special order

The challenge of population aging requires innovative approaches to meet the needs of increasing numbers of older people. Emerging information and communication technologies (ICTs), such as pervasive computing and ambient assistive technology, have considerable potential for enhancing the quality of life of many older people by providing additional safety and security while also supporting mobility, independent living, and social participation. The proposed book will be a landmark publication in the area of technology and aging that will serve as a statement of the current state-of-the-art and as a pointer to directions for future research and emerging technologies, products, and services.

A Public Health Strategy for Living, Aging and Dying in Solidarity - Designing Elder-Centered and Palliative Systems of Care,... A Public Health Strategy for Living, Aging and Dying in Solidarity - Designing Elder-Centered and Palliative Systems of Care, Environments, Services and Supports (Hardcover)
Mary Beth Morrissey, Melissa Lang, Barney Newman
R2,458 Discovery Miles 24 580 Special order

With more people living longer lives, there is increased importance in the health care industry on improving services for the elderly. This comprehensive book gives an expert overview of the topics and challenges, along with imperative ethical and legal frameworks. The book also details existing programs and benefits in relation to a realistic portrayal of population needs. Other important issues are covered such as long-term palliative care and hospice, other vulnerable populations, elder abuse, public-private collaboration, evidence-based policy-making, and much more.

Health Care of the Aged - Needs, Policies, and Services (Hardcover): Abraham Monk Health Care of the Aged - Needs, Policies, and Services (Hardcover)
Abraham Monk
R2,405 Discovery Miles 24 050 Special order

Focusing on the need for developing new service delivery models for the aged, Health Care of the Aged examines fiscal, political, and social criteria influencing this challenge of the 1990s. The aged are caught in the sweeping changes currently occuring in the financing, organizing, and delivery of human and health care services. From various perspectives, this new book will help shape the direction for elderly health care program development and implementation. With an emphasis on greater long-term care in either home, community, or institutional settings, this important book will increase the understanding for a comprehensive, effective policy designed to carry the growing number of elderly through this decade and into the next. As roles and issues change, this valuable book will become increasingly important to those involved in providing services and care to the elderly. Health care administrators, policymakers, social workers, physical and occupational therapists, and caregivers will benefit from the expertise presented in Health Care of the Aged.

Alzheimer's Day Care - A Basic Guide (Paperback, New): David A Linderman, Nancy H. Corby, Rachel Downing, Beverly Sanborn Alzheimer's Day Care - A Basic Guide (Paperback, New)
David A Linderman, Nancy H. Corby, Rachel Downing, Beverly Sanborn
R911 Discovery Miles 9 110 Special order

This is a guide which offers advice to individuals, organizations and agencies on how to develop day care programmes for patients with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia. At the same time, the book offers guidance to those who intend to adapt an established day care programme for the needs of Alzheimer sufferers. A range of programme aspects are covered from administration, financing, fund raising, public relations, client issues, program activities, problems facing participants' families, programme evaluation and supplementary resources.

San Francisco's International Hotel - Mobilizing the Filipino American Community in the Anti-Eviction Movement... San Francisco's International Hotel - Mobilizing the Filipino American Community in the Anti-Eviction Movement (Paperback)
Estella Habal
R502 R467 Discovery Miles 4 670 Save R35 (7%) Special order

The struggle to save the International Hotel and prevent the eviction of its elderly residents became a focal point in the creation of the contemporary Asian American movement, especially among Filipinos. Like other minorities who were looking for positive models in their past to build an identity movement, Filipino youth found their roots in the stories and lives of the manongs (respected elders), and the anti-eviction movement became a key site for the formation of a distinct Filipino American consciousness. Estella Habal, a student activist during the anti-eviction protests, relates this history within the context of the broader left politics of the era, the urban housing movement, and San Francisco city politics. Ultimately, the hotel was razed, but a new one now occupies the site and commemorates the residents and activists who fought for low-income housing for the elderly and their right to remain in their own community.

Protocols in Primary Care Geriatrics (Paperback, 2nd ed. 1997): John P. Sloan Protocols in Primary Care Geriatrics (Paperback, 2nd ed. 1997)
John P. Sloan; Foreword by M. Williams
R2,446 R2,320 Discovery Miles 23 200 Save R126 (5%) Special order

The second edition of PROTOCOLS IN PRIMARY CARE GERIATRICS continues its mission of improving practical, clinical knowledge among physicians and others caring for elderly people, while providing updated information on several major areas in the field. Reflecting current practice trends, a new chapter on home care has been added as well as one on comprehensive geriatric assessment. Revised guidelines for falls, incontinence, and drug treatment are also featured. Designed to provide both quick reference to clinical problem-solving schemes and lists, as well as a lucid, readable discussion of basic topics in geriatrics, the book's value lies in its combination of brief, readable chapters, a section of notes in outline form, staightforward clinical approaches, didactic exercises, and new updated case studies. Family physicians, primary care internists, and other primary specialists caring for elderly people will find this book of great value. It is also not to be missed by residents, as well as nursing homes, hospitals, and indiviual health care professionals, other than physicians, who will benefit from its use as a clinical reference guide.

Reminiscence Work with Old People (Paperback, New edition): Clare Gillies, Anne James Reminiscence Work with Old People (Paperback, New edition)
Clare Gillies, Anne James
R1,604 Discovery Miles 16 040 Special order

Long-term memory endures and short-term memory becomes tenuous in old age. We are our memories. Linking an old person to their experience has been shown to reaffirm 'the self'. If this is done skillfully, sensitively and without intrusion, the benefits are twofold. First, and most important, the old person becomes less anxious, cut off and confused and , in linking to the past, is more able to participate in the present. Second, it may only be possible for those who care for confused old people to understand their worries and pre-occupations if their past lives are known and respected. These experienced authors in reminiscence work provide a detailed, practical guide that is filled with anecdotes and information. The contents cover; the definition of old age; reminiscence work using oral history and group work; communication; reminiscence work projects; building resource banks and cultural information. Reminiscence work is practised by many social and health care disciplines, for example, social workers, nurses, occupational therapists, residential care workers and volunteers. This book should be of interest to nurses working with older people; occupational therapists; social workers; and clinical psychologists.

Managing Residential Care (Hardcover): John Burton Managing Residential Care (Hardcover)
John Burton
R2,782 Discovery Miles 27 820 Special order

This volume seeks to analyze what is wrong with residential care and proposes how it can be managed well. It covers the economic and political contexts of residential care, the practicalities of managing care, and the role of outside organisations, including inspection, local authorities, charities, private care companies and housing associations. Examples demonstrate both how managers can succeed and how the forces of mismanagement obstruct them.

Life After Ninety (Hardcover, New): Michael Bury, Anthea Holme Life After Ninety (Hardcover, New)
Michael Bury, Anthea Holme
R2,779 Discovery Miles 27 790 Special order

Long life and the factors which promote it are of perennial interest to human beings. Although there is much discussion in our society about aging, there is less willingness to examine the assumptions which govern our attitudes towards old age. The very old represent the fastest growing segment of the population in most Western societies, yet attitudes toward them are mostly limited to negative stereotypes. In "Life After Ninety," Michael Bury and Anthea Holme have surveyed and interviewed 200 individuals living at home and in institutions to create a unique portrayal of the health, quality of life, and social circumstances of the very old. The authors examine the validity of old age stereotypes, and discuss longevity and the factors which promote it.
Throughout the book the concept of the "life course" is employed, as a process which weaves together the biographical experiences of individuals and the changing historical circumstances of the twentieth century through which they have lived. Although poor health and unhappiness are experienced by some individuals, this study shows that a good quality of life is possible in advanced age, and that life after ninety can involve both contentment and dignity.

The Handbook of Residential Care (Hardcover): John Burton The Handbook of Residential Care (Hardcover)
John Burton
R3,111 Discovery Miles 31 110 Special order

Recent residential care revelations, recent legislation and policy directions (The Children's Act, Community Care), and the introduction of training courses mean that residential care practice is under national focus. "The Handbook of Residential Care" addresses the particular problems experienced by residential staff by bringing together many areas of work, different jobs and responsibilities, in a variety of perspectives and settings and addresses the challenges they face. In this practical guide, the author has brought together a combination of real examples and case studies, analysis, guidance and reflective discussion to present a complete examination of working in a residential setting, both for the elderly and for children. John Burton examines the fundamentals of the work such as time management, keeping a diary, first contact with a new resident, creating the right environment, building relationships with children, and management styles. He also gives specific examples of the day-to-day running of a residential centre such as the instigation of a non-smoking policy and the management of bed times in children's residential care.

The Law and Elderly People (Paperback, 2nd New edition): Aled Griffiths, Gwyneth Roberts The Law and Elderly People (Paperback, 2nd New edition)
Aled Griffiths, Gwyneth Roberts
R1,064 Discovery Miles 10 640 Special order

Although the number of elderly people in Britain is increasing steadily, the law in relation to their particular needs is a relatively neglected field. The Law and Elderly People was the first text to provide easily accessible information for those involved in advice-giving and service provision in this rapidly developing field. This second edition has been fully revised and completely updated to reflect the major legal and social changes which have recently occurred. Concerned for the independence and autonomy of both young elderly and the old elderly, the book covers employment and income, accomodation and housing, community and residential care, health provision and delivery and family relationships, thus providing an important guide to the most important legal issues.
The Law and Elderly People will be of practical help to all those concerned with the welfare of the elderly and to undergraduates and lecturers in social work, law and gerontology.

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