Dementia and Aged Care

The Pain Book: Finding Hope When it Hurts ($29.95)

The Pain Book: Finding Hope When it Hurts ($29.95)

The Pain Book: Finding hope when it hurts provides an up-to-date overview of how pain works and the best pain treatments now available. Authors Professor Philip Siddall, Rebecca McCabe and Dr Robin Murray have devoted much of their lives to working with people in pain and are lead clinicians in the HammondCare Pain Management Service at Greenwich Hospital.

Don’t give me eggs that bounce ($39.95)

Don’t give me eggs that bounce ($39.95)

Don't give me eggs that bounce: 118 cracking recipes for people with Alzheimer's is a breakthrough cookbook that reclaims the enjoyment of food for many who have missed out for too long, making it wonderfully accessible through innovative recipes and extensive practical knowledge.

It’s all about the food not the fork! ($39.95)

It’s all about the food not the fork! ($39.95)

Everyone enjoys the fun and convenience of snacks and other easy to eat food. But for some people these meals in a mouthful are a life-changer—especially if they can be eaten with your hands and are good for you as well. That’s where new cookbook It’s all about the food not the fork! 107 easy to eat meals in a mouthful comes in. From the authors of the successful Don’t give me eggs that bounce, this new cookbook is full of appetising smaller meals that can be eaten with your hands—no cutlery required!

Intervene: Pain care for older people and people with dementia ($32.95)

Intervene: Pain care for older people and people with dementia ($32.95)

A new, extensively updated edition of  Intervene: Pain care for older people and people with dementia is now available from expert authors Dr William McClean and Associate Professor Colm Cunningham.

The Palliative Care Handbook ($19.99)

The Palliative Care Handbook ($19.99)

Since its first publication in 1994, The Palliative Care Handbook has been consistently revised, developed and updated to be an essential and practical international resource enabling quality palliative care.

Bereavement: the first twelve months and beyond

Bereavement: the first twelve months and beyond

This free booklet provides information and support of families and friends who have lost a loved one. From the practicalities required after someone dies, to strategies for managing grief over the coming months and advice for supporting children, this book gently discusses many of questions and issues around bereavement. It also includes suggested further resources and people to contact for further advice.