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Stockwell‐Smith, Gillian

The impact of early‐stage dementia on community‐dwelling care recipient/carer dyads' capacity to self‐manage

Aims and objectives: To explore the impact of early‐stage dementia on care recipient/carer dyads' confidence or belief in their capacity to manage the behavioural and functional changes associated with dementia and to access appropriate support networks. Background: Living with dementia has predominantly been explored from the carer perspective and focused on the stress and burden of supporting a person with dementia.

Tue, 07/02/2019 - 14:40

The impact of early psychosocial intervention on self‐efficacy of care recipient/carer dyads living with early‐stage dementia—A mixed‐methods study

Aim To evaluate the effect of a targeted community‐based psychosocial intervention on self‐efficacy outcomes for care recipient/carer dyads living with early‐stage dementia. Background There is increasing interest in the role of self‐efficacy and self‐management structures in determining positive outcomes for people with dementia. The assumption is that care recipient/carer dyads who receive early support to identify and adjust to dementia‐related changes will cope better in the long term.

Fri, 04/05/2019 - 10:59

Hospital discharge processes involving older adults living with dementia: An integrated literature review

Aims and objectives: To identify barriers and facilitators to engagement of people with dementia and family carers in planning for discharge from hospital. Background: Hospital discharge can be particularly challenging for older people with dementia. To assist in the development of bespoke discharge processes that address the unique needs of older people with dementia, an integrated review of the literature was undertaken. Design and methods: A four‐stage integrative review framework guided the review.

Wed, 11/21/2018 - 11:02