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Person-Centered Thinking with Older People: 6 Essential Practices

Case studies of person-centred care are provided in this book, which is about using person-centred thinking to enable older people to have greater control over what they need and want to be full and active citizens

Case studies of person-centred care are provided in this book, which is about using person-centred thinking to enable older people to have greater control over what they need and want to be full and active citizens.

Person-centred thinking tools include one-page profiles, relationship circles, communication charts, histories, and what is and is not working.

One-page profiles begin with appreciations about how the person is valued, together with their characteristics and their gifts.

The excellent graphics make this an essential tool for anyone involved in the care of older people.

Case studies of person-centred care are provided in this book, which is about using person-centred thinking to enable older people to have greater control over what they need and want to be full and active citizens.

Person-centred thinking tools include one-page profiles, relationship circles, communication charts, histories, and what is and is not working.

One-page profiles begin with appreciations about how the person is valued, together with their characteristics and their gifts.

The excellent graphics make this an essential tool for anyone involved in the care of older people.

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