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Validation Breakthrough Simple Techniques for Communicating with People with Alzheimer's-Type Dementia

ISBN-10: 1878812815
ISBN-13: 9781878812810
Edition: 2nd 2002
Authors: Naomi Feil
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Health Professions Press
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

About the Author
Foreword
Authorized Validation Organizations
Introduction: Florence Trew 1872-1963: "I died"
Alzheimer's-Type Dementia and the Use of Validation
Aging, Development, and Alzheimer's Disease
How I Learned: The Case of Isadore Rose: "You Castrated Me with Words"
A Theory of Life Development and the Need for Validation
Who Are the Old-Old and What Is Dementia?
The Old-Old, Dementia, and Human Needs
The Concept and Techniques of Validation
What Is Validation?
The Principles of Validation
The Four Stages of Resolution
The Techniques of Validation
Using Validation with People Who Are Maloriented
The Case of Frances, the Accuser
The Case of George, the Loner
The Case of Jenny, the Gardener
The Case of June, the Blamer
How to Read the Vital Signs of the Maloriented
"Helping" Techniques that Make the Maloriented Worse
Validation Techniques for Communicating with the Maloriented
Using Validation with People Who Are Time Confused
The Case of Martha, the Birther
How to Read the Vital Signs of the Time Confused
"Helping" Techniques that Make the Time Confused Worse
Validation Techniques for Communicating with the Time Confused
Using Validation with People Who Are Repetitive Movers
The Case of Marvin, the Pounder
How to Read the Vital Signs of the Repetitive Mover
"Helping" Techniques that Make Repetitive Movers Worse
Validation Techniques for Communicating with Repetitive Movers
Using Validation with People Who Are in Vegetation
The Case of Nora, the Nonmover
How to Read the Vital Signs of People in Vegetation
Validation Techniques for Communicating with People in Vegetation
Using Validation with People with Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease
The Case of Richard, the Mumbler
How to Read the Vital Signs of People with Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease
"Helping" Techniques that Make People with Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease Worse
Validation Techniques for Communicating with People with Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease
Who Benefits from Validation?
The Benefits of Validation for Disoriented Old-Old People
The Benefits of Validation for Professional Caregivers
The Benefits of Validation for Families
How Validation Differs from Other Therapies Used with Old-Old People
Reminiscence
Life Review
Reality Orientation
Remotivation
Behavior Modification
Diversion and Redirection
Patronizing with the Therapeutic Lie
You Can't Fool Millie
A Reminiscing Group or a Validation Group? What Is the Difference?
Get Her Outta' Here
Psychotherapy
Validation in Practice
Communicating with People Who Are Maloriented
Ellen, the Hoarder: "When You Listen, I Speak Clear"
Lucy, the Spitter: "Bitch! Get Out of My Room!"
Sadie, the Martyr: "One Mother Has 10 Kids. Ten Kids Can't Care for One Mother!"
Peg, the Worrier: "There's a Man Under My Bed!"
Stewart, the Complainer: "You're Killing Me Here!"
Communicating with People Who Are Time Confused
David, the Toucher: "I Am Not Dr. Willard: He's on an Extended Holiday!"
Margaret, the Mother: "I'm Living in My Own Home, These People Don't Belong Here!"
Harry, the Hitter: "Come in, You Old Battle Ax!"
Validating at Home: Karl, the Flasher
Communicating with People Who Are Repetitive Movers
Isobel, the Poet: "I Untangle the Noodles in the Mirrors of My Mind"
Mary, the Pacer: "I Am Not a Sheep!"
Communicating with Maloriented and Time Confused People Living in the Community
The Apartment House Manager, the Policeman, the Emergency Medical Squad, and Thomas Konig
The Mailman, the Grocery Clerk, the Hairdresser, and Millie Stonewall
The Doctor, the Meals on Wheels Volunteer, and Samuel Goode
Validating Family Members
Ann and Her Mother, Trudy
Tips For Family Members Who Want to Validate Disoriented Relatives
Ann and Trudy--with Validation
Group Validation
Setting Up Validation Groups
The Value of a Validation Group
Who Benefits from Group Validation?
The Role of the Validation Group Worker
The Role of the Validation Group Co-worker
Establishing a Validation Group
Conducting a Validation Group Meeting
Example of a Validation Group
Who Can Practice Validation?
Frequently Asked Questions
Experiences of Professionals in the United States and Abroad
Implementing Validation at Country Meadows Retirement Communities
Using Validation as a Consultant in a Richmond, Virginia, Continuing Care Retirement Community
Using Validation in a 60-Bed Skilled Medicare Facility in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area: An Administrator's Perspective
Using Validation at a 422-Bed Veterans' Home in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Using Validation at a Newly Purchased Facility in Maine
Using Validation at an Urban Nursing Home in Brooklyn, New York
Using Validation in a 28-Bed Dementia Unit in Rural Wisconsin
Using Validation at a Rural Nursing Home in Missouri
Using Validation at Eldercare in South Australia
Using Validation at the South Port Community Nursing Home in Australia
Using Validation at a University Hospital in France
References
Index

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