Music Therapy in Dementia Care

Jessica Kingsley Publications

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UPC Code 9781853027765
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Music Therapy in Dementia Care Edited by David Aldridge 256 pages A comprehensive look at the use of music therapy with the elderly and dementia sufferers - from the research and experience of contributors from around the world. Includes a review of literature, the importance of singing, use of
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Music Therapy in Dementia Care Edited by David Aldridge 256 pages A comprehensive look at the use of music therapy with the elderly and dementia sufferers - from the research and experience of contributors from around the world. Includes a review of literature, the importance of singing, use of narratives, benefit of music therapy with agitation, coping with wartime memories, and improvisation as an assessment in early Alzheimer's. Contents 1 Overture: It's;Not What You Say But the Way You;Do It , David Aldridge, University of Witten-Herdecke, Germany 2; An Overview of Music Therapy Literature Relating to Elderly People , Melissa Brotons, Center Clinic de Musicoterapia, Spain 3; Working;With Words: People with Dementia and the Significance of Narratives , Trisha Kotai-Evans, Murdoch University, Australia 4; The Importance of Singing with Elderly Patients , Alicia Ann Clair, University of Kansas, United States 5; The Problem of Agitation in Elderly People and the Potential Benefit of Music Therapy , Annemiek Vink, Hogeschool Enschede, Netherlands 6; A;Survey of Music;Therapy Practice with;Elderly People in the Netherlands ,,Annemiek Vink, Hogeschool Enschede, Netherlands 7; Improvisation as an Assessment of Potential in Early Alzheimer's Disease , Gudrun Aldridge, University of Witten-Herdecke, Germany 8; Creative Music Therapy: A Last Resort? , Fraser Simpson, East London and the City NHS Trust, England 9; Remembering and Forgiving , Susan Weber, Ludwigs Maximilian University, Germany 10; Working with Images and Recollection with Elderly Patients , Concetta M Tomaino, Beth Abraham Health Services, United States 11; We'll Survive: An Experiential View of Dance Movement Therapy for People with Dimentia , Marion Violets, Private Practice, England References The Contributors Subject Index Author Index
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