Research-based advice for people who care for someone with dementia
Nearly half of U.S. citizens over the age of 85 are suffering from some kind of dementia and require care. Loving Someone Who Has Dementia is a new kind of caregiving book. It's not about the usual techniques, but about how to manage on-going stress and grief. The book is for caregivers, family members, friends, neighbors as well as educators and professionalsanyone touched by the epidemic of dementia. Dr. Boss helps caregivers find hope in "ambiguous loss"having a loved one both here and not here, physically present but psychologically absent.
- Outlines seven guidelines to stay resilient while caring for someone who has dementia
- Discusses the meaning of relationships with individuals who are cognitively impaired and no longer as they used to be
- Offers approaches to understand and cope with the emotional strain of care-giving
Boss's book builds on research and clinical experience, yet the material is presented as a conversation. She shows you a way to embrace rather than resist the ambiguity in your relationship with someone who has dementia.
Part I Basics.
1 Historical Perspective.
2 Gene Transfer with Plasmid Biopharmaceuticals.
3 Product and Process Development.
5 Analytical Characterization.
Part II Applications.
7 Ethical and Safety Issues.
8 Human and Veterinary Markets.
9 Human Case Studies: Pandemic Infl uenza and Critical Limb Ischemia.
10 Veterinary Case Studies: West Nile, Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis, and Melanoma.
Part III Manufacturing.
11 Good Manufacturing Practice and Validation.
12 Product Specifi cations and Quality Control.
13 Cell Culture.
14 An Overview of Downstream Processing.
15 Primary Isolation.
16 Intermediate Recovery.
17 Final Purification.
18 Process Synthesis.
Part IV Concluding Remarks and Outlook.
19 Concluding Remarks and Outlook.