4 edition of Families, carers, and professionals found in the catalog.
Families, carers, and professionals
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NSW Health has announced the start of a major review into NSW Health’s Personal Health Record, known as the ‘Blue Book’, and is inviting comment from parents, carers and health professionals. The Blue Book is a key resource for every parent and/or carer of newborn babies in the state and has been produced by NSW Health since Families and Carers. Carers come in many guises and can be wives, husbands, partners, daughters, sons, parents, grandparents, friends or neighbours. At some point in life any one of us can find ourselves in this role. Looking after a loved one who has a life-limiting illness can be tiring and distressing.
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In Families, Carers and Professionals Gráinne Smith champions effective communication by emphasising the importance of non-fragmentary teamwork, effective cooperation and consistency so that carers, both formal and informal, learn to collaborate in treatment approaches with by: 1.
The authors of the Guide to Mental Health for Families and Carers of People with Intellectual Disabilities have produced a handbook that helps give a greater depth of understanding and empathy concerning the needs of families and carers.
This book will significantly help health care professionals and service users to appreciate through the Format: Paperback. Professionals. Carers Trust offers a wide range of resources and information for anyone who works with carers.
such as and professionals book with building roles, routines and responsibilities and engaging families in positive activities (such as planning a menu, cooking together or a family picnic). Share it. Get this from a library. Families, carers, and professionals: building constructive conversations.
and professionals book Smith] -- Based on interviews with both professionals and families/carers, this book aims to improve communication between both groups in order to provide a greater level of.
These resources can be helpful to families, friends, carers, health care professionals and academics. The Meriden Family Programme in collaboration with Rethink Mental Illness produced a self – help guide for carers Caring for Yourself, which has practical advice and information for relatives and friends.
An illustrated picture book which helps children and their families in times of loss or change with the gentle reassurance that saying goodbye is a natural part of life I Miss My Sister ( yrs) Sarah Courtauld.
Book List for Parents/Carers and Professionals Author. Book annotation not available for this title. Title: Families, Carers and Professionals Author: Smith, Grainne Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc Publication Date: /06/04 Number of Pages: Binding Type: PAPERBACK Library of Congress: Families, Carers and Professionals.
Drawing on primary research data collected from 40 families, the book presents the perspectives of children (young carers), their parents and the key professionals in contact with them. Children caring for parents with mental illness makes an invaluable contribution to the growing evidence base on parental mental illness and outcomes for children.
Get this from a library. Families, carers and professionals: building constructive conversations. [Gráinne Smith] -- When caring for a mentally ill patient, professionals and families often communicate poorly, failing to convey critical information to one another.
Based on interviews with both professionals and. In this practical guide for anyone involved in caring for patients with challenging behaviour, Gráinne Smith (author of the bestselling Anorexia and Bulimia in the Family) champions the importance of teamwork so that carers, both formal and informal, can learn to collaborate in treatment approaches with professionals.
Drawing on anonymous case. Book Description. Understanding the perspective of carers is an essential aspect of nursing.
Supporting Families and Carers: A Nursing Perspective offers insights into the fundamental principles of caring for families and carers irrespective of age, gender, ethnicity, sexuality or religion.
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This book focuses on providing information and guidance for professionals involved in the newly emerging multi-agency, interdisciplinary children's workforce. It does so by helping them to understand the theory behind the issues relating to communication and engagement in multi-agency settings for children and families.
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Featuring online resources with downloadable handouts and exercises, it provides guidance on. Families, carers, and professionals: building constructive conversations / Gráinne Smith.
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Book Description. Parents have a crucial role in supporting children’s learning, development and well-being. The act of forming effective partnerships with families and carers is a key feature of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Young Carers and their Families. By Becker S, Aldridge J, Dearden C. (Pp ; paperback £) Blackwell Science, ISBN 0 9. A day in the life of a child caring for a parent with multiple sclerosis.
Children caring for their parents or other children in the family are familiar to those who have worked in the third world but even with the UK’s welfare service and safety net Author: Tony Waterston. It also has proved effective with neuro-atypical children and young people and with all kinds of family make-up, including foster and adoptive families.
It is an empowered and dignified way to live one’s life. NVR Practitioners Consortium offers training in NVR to. Don’t assume that families or carers will be included in treatment.
While National and State mental health policies promote inclusion of family and other carers in treatment, be prepared for the fact that some health professionals are not used to communicating and .This list contains links to resources produced by Dementia Australia and other organisations.
Resources for families: Information about dementia in 43 languages Translated fact sheets on a variety of dementia topics are available in 43 languages. The same information is not available in all languages. Talking book on dementia in Vietnamese.