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People with dementia speak out / edited by Lucy Whitman ; afterword by Professor Graham Stokes.
- Whitman, Lucy, 1954-
About this work
London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016.
297 pages ; 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Grandad : can you go and get a new brain? / Graham Browne -- Are you sure you've got Alzheimer's? / Alex Burton -- A doctor in search of a diagnosis / Jennifer Bute -- I'll ken it when I see it / Ross Campbell -- Liberation! / Dizi Conti -- I'm gone older : everything change / Romanina Contucci -- Riding the rollercoaster / Carol Cronk -- I still remember / Halide Eames -- I never get tired of dancing / Midge Flint -- They deal with everybody as an individual / Clarice Hall -- One place to another / Abdul Haque -- A double diagnosis / Brian Hennell -- Anybody been kind to me, it stays with me / Pearl Hylton -- Love me for who i am / Ann Johnson -- Down with dementia! / Sylvia Kahn -- Deciding to resist / Lazarus -- You keep-a-knockin' but you can't come in / Alex Lindsay -- The doors of perception / Edward McLaughlin -- Journey into Alzheimerland / Peter Mittler -- Who's afraid of the flying bombs? / Lorna Moore -- Time to break the taboo / Rukiya Mukadam -- Something better / Mary Tall -- A psychiatrist with dementia / Daphne Wallace.
Where to find it
LocationHistory of Medicine PVV.41