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Creating culturally appropriate outside spaces and experiences for people with dementia : using nature and the outdoors in person-centred care / edited by Mary Marshall and Jane Gilliard.
- Marshall, Mary, 1945 June 13-
About this work
London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014.
159 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note: 1.A Family's Perspective on Nature and Dementia: Using the Great Outdoors to Help the Inner Person / Beth Britton -- 2.Nature for People with Dementia in Japan: Some Examples of Horticultural Activities in Japanese Care Homes / Yutaka Inoue -- 3.Getting Out and About in the British Countryside: Dementia Adventure / Neil Mapes -- On Aran / Patrick Brenchley -- 4.Some Southern African Understandings of Nature / Margaret-Anne Tibbs -- 5.Contact with the Natural World within Hospital Care / Sarah Waller -- 6.How Norwegian People with Dementia Experience Nature / Sidsel Bjørneby -- 7.How People with Dementia Experience Nature in Rural and Island Scottish Communities / Gillean Maclean -- Taking to the Hills / Jean Howitt -- 8.Digging Up the Roots: Nature and Dementia for First Nation Elders / Wendy Hulko -- 9.A Sense of Place: An Anthroposophic Approach / Judith Jones --
Contents note continued: 10.Nature in the Lives of an Urban Population with Dementia in North East England / Karen Franks -- 11.Memories of an Urban Childhood with a Nearby Wood / James McKillop -- 12.Dementia and Landscapes: Cultural Attitudes Towards Nature / Joan Domicelj.
Where to find it
LocationMedical Collection WM220 2014M36c