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Fabulous new releases
It has been a busy year for HammondCare Media with a raft of new releases covering dementia, palliative care and positive ageing. Check out our latest releases below and click though on the images (right) for info and to purchase.
My home, my life
My home, my life: Practical ideas for people with dementiaby Colm Cunningham and Natalie Duggan with Agnes Houston is a major new release supporting people living at home with dementia. There are more than 280 practical tips and ideas more making life easier at home and in the community. Contribute your ideas at myhomemylifebook.com
The Palliative Care Handbook (9th edition)
This new and updated edition includes extensive palliative care guidelines for advanced dementia and will be a key resource for better palliative care for people with dementia.
Faith for life
Faith for life: Biblical resources for people with dementia is a suite of products designed (with support form Bible Society Australia) specifically to be accessible for people living with dementia and those who support them. The resources include books and cards that have been especially designed to support faith engagement for people with dementia and carers.
Enlighten and The room outside
Enlighten: Lighting for older people and people with dementia by David McNair, Richard Pollock and Colm Cunningham and The room outside: Designing outdoor living for older people and people with dementia by Annie Pollock and Colm Cunningham are two new releases in our Dementia Design Essential series and provide the latest advice in research and practice in these important areas of design.
Toilet talk: Accessible design for people with dementia by Mary Marshall was initially released as a PDF only but is now available in print and highlights the good and bad of public toilet and bathroom design and the impact for people with dementia and older people.
Colours of yesterday
Colours of yesterday is a creative colouring book for older people developed by Annette Innis from Arts on Prescription, HammondCare. The drawings are reminiscent to older people and suitable for older hands and eyes. It includes real-life stories and memories from older people and is being used extensively in aged and dementia care.
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