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Dementia, aging, and intellectual disabilities: a handbook


Author: Janicki, M. P.
Year: 1999
Type: Edited Book


This handbook provides up-to-date information about dementia, Alzheimer's disease (AD), and related disorders as they affect persons with mental disabilities. The book examines the biology and physiology of dementia; neurological and medical complications associated with dementia; the best practices to meet the needs of aging clients with intellectual disabilities and their families; policy issues raised by the growing number of aging individuals with intellectual disabilities; and case studies of affected individuals. The editors take a practical approach to diagnosis, assessment, treatment, management, and care, making the book a useful guide for both students and trained professionals and a resource for developing programs and dealing effectively with the emotional, psychological, and social impact of dementia on affected individuals, their families, and care providers.

Further Details

Pages 488 p.
Publish Location Philadelphia, PA, USA
Publisher Brunner/Mazel, Inc.
Accession Number 8.5.03
Keywords older, health improvement, cognitive, policy compliance, assessment

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