We have DVDs featuring him and books by him
The topics include:
•Maintaining a respect for the personhood of each person
•Ways to help persons with dementia to continue to live purposefully
•Recognizing differences in forms of dementia
•Medications and behavioral concerns
Everyone will be informed, encouraged, and challenged by these well-rounded insights. Hosted by journalist Julie Anderson, this program features Judy Berry, Mona Johnson, G. Allen Power, MD, Richard Taylor, PhD, Sarah Rowan, PhD, and Bill Thomas, MD.
- Are all dementia the same?
- How do care partners approach a person with dementia in relation to types of dementia?
- We have heard these words; caregiver and care partner. What do they mean?
- What role should you take in planning treatment?
- Why do people resist accepting a diagnosis?
- What is the importance for accepting dementia diagnosis?
- How can someone living with dementia have a sense of purpose?
- How can care partners minimize stress?
Dementia beyond disease : enhancing well-being
Focusing on seven essential domains of well-being,- challenges readers to evaluate their attitudes, expectations, and approaches and to embrace new ways of thinking that will lead to better solutions to problems encountered in all types of care settings.
See how current care practices chronically erode individual well-being and then discover more dignified and strengths-based alternatives that build it up.
Dementia beyond drugs : changing the culture of care.
Embracing humanistic, enlightened practices that address all the common challenges in dementia care, this book describes culture change within residential care settings while reducing the administration of psychotropic drugs.
Living with dementia DVD
Dr. Power makes the case for a paradigm shift needed in the established model of institutional long-term care. Viewers see documented evidence of the negative outcomes that result from traditional care, including the dangerous practice of “medicating away” the predictably negative reactions that emerge in response to standard care practices and attitudes. In describing a new vision of care, Dr. Power describes how to