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Macmillan Higher Education

Reablement Services in Health and Social Care

A guide to practice for students and support workers

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Palgrave

Pages: 244
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Paperback - 9781137372642

27 April 2018

$39.99

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Ebook - 9781137372659

29 April 2016

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This ground-breaking text book introduces the theoretical underpinnings and practical considerations of the growing area reablement. With contributions from a number of professions including occupational therapy, nursing and...

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This ground-breaking text book introduces the theoretical underpinnings and practical considerations of the growing area reablement. With contributions from a number of professions including occupational therapy, nursing and social work this book encourages and supports collaborative working. It also offers service user, carer and support worker perspectives, in order to offer a rounded introduction to effective reablement practices.

Reablement Services in Health and Social Care develops the knowledge and understanding of students in this field on a wide range of courses – from nursing and occupational therapy to social work, counselling and beyond. It may also appeal to support staff and associated professionals already working in reablement services and associated fields of enquiry.

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  • Clear chapter objectives and summaries to help you consolidate your learning and track your progress
  • Specific points for reflection and a wealth of activities to encourage deeper discussion and test your understanding
  • Engaging case scenarios to help you apply what you have learned to everyday practice.

Acknowledgements
Contributors
Preface
Introduction - Summary of Chapters and Guidance
Chapter 1 - Reablement: Shifting minds
Chapter 2 - The centrality of service users in reablement
Chapter 3 - Models of reablement service provision
Chapter 4 - ‘Undoing dependence, promoting autonomy’
Chapter 5 - Reablement and support workers [skills]
Chapter 6 -  Long term conditions: Taking control
Chapter 7 - Psychosocial perspectives of reablement
Chapter 8 - Technological advances in reablement
Close - Concluding remarks.
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Valerie A. Ebrahimi is Programme Leader for an MEd in Professional Education. Her senior lecturer role extends from a BA in Health and Social Care to pre-registration Nursing and is situated at the Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester, UK. Valerie is a qualified Occupational Therapist.

Hazel M. Chapman is postgraduate tutor in the Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester, UK. Her background is in adult nursing, learning disabilities nursing and psychology. Her doctoral thesis was on the experience of people with learning disabilities in healthcare. 

Tim Mann previously head of Social Work at the Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester, UK is a chair and panel...

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Valerie A. Ebrahimi is Programme Leader for an MEd in Professional Education. Her senior lecturer role extends from a BA in Health and Social Care to pre-registration Nursing and is situated at the Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester, UK. Valerie is a qualified Occupational Therapist.

Hazel M. Chapman is postgraduate tutor in the Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester, UK. Her background is in adult nursing, learning disabilities nursing and psychology. Her doctoral thesis was on the experience of people with learning disabilities in healthcare. 

Tim Mann previously head of Social Work at the Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester, UK is a chair and panel member for the Nursing and Midwifery Council, Conduct and Competence Committee.

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