Index

Timothy J. Dickey (Columbus Metropolitan Library, Kent State University, and San Jos ’e State University, USA)

Library Dementia Services

ISBN: 978-1-83867-694-0, eISBN: 978-1-83867-691-9

Publication date: 28 February 2020

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Dickey, T.J. (2020), "Index", Library Dementia Services, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 183-189. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83867-691-920201008

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INDEX

AARP Memory Activity Book
, 122

Active Minds US
, 106

Activities of daily living (ADLs)
, 3, 81

Adult degenerative dementia
, 9

Adult programming

Caregiver Kits
, 134

care team
, 117

dementia-friendly staff
, 137–139

fidget quilts
, 136

games and technology
, 132–133

informational benefits
, 120

International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA)
, 118

library service
, 118–119

library tours
, 137

lifelong learning
, 118, 119

meditation programs
, 135–136

Memory Connection Centers
, 134

memory garden
, 135

mental and social stimulation
, 118

mental stimulation
, 128–130

movies and memory
, 136

museum programs
, 130–132

music programs
, 128–130

nonpharmacological interventions
, 117

pets and stuffed animals
, 136–137

poetry
, 125–128

reading programs
, 125–128

sensory space
, 134–135

social stimulation
, 120–125

storytelling
, 125–128

visual art
, 130–131

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
, 76

Aggressive behavior
, 61–62

Aging in Place
, 83

Alpha-synuclein
, 9

Alzheimer’s Association of the United States
, 78–79

Alzheimer’s dementia

activities of daily living (ADLs)
, 3

“amyloid cascade” hypothesis
, 11–12

caregivers
, 33–36

causes of death, United States
, 10, 11

cholinergic dysfunction
, 12

cognitive degeneration
, 12

cognitive impairment
, 2–3

cognitive tests
, 20

early-onset AD (EOAD)
, 8

environmental and lifestyle factors
, 14

HIV/AIDS
, 4

late-onset Alzheimer’s dementia (LOAD)
, 8, 14

medical community
, 3, 12, 27

memory care workers
, 4–5

mild Alzheimer’s dementia
, 23–24

mild cognitive impairment (MCI)
, 4, 15–16, 22–23

mixed dementia
, 8

moderate Alzheimer’s dementia
, 24–25

morbidity rates
, 10

nonpharmacological interventions
, 29–33

pharmacological treatments
, 27–29

physical effects, brain
, 4

plaques
, 7

postmortem pathologic analysis
, 6

preclinical dementia
, 22

prevalence
, 21–22

risk factors
, 12–14, 26

scanning techniques
, 21

senile dementia
, 3

severe Alzheimer’s dementia
, 25–26

spectrum disorder
, 21

sporadic
, 8

tangles
, 7

testing instruments
, 20

warning signs
, 16–19

western medicine
, 3, 26

Alzheimer’s disease (AD). See also Alzheimer’s dementia
, 5–6

Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI)
, 4, 13, 79

Alzheimer’s Society of Great Britain
, 79

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
, 82

American Bar Association (ABA)
, 86

“Amyloid cascade” hypothesis
, 11–12

Amyloid Precursor Protein gene
, 8

Anosognosia
, 42, 75

Anxiety

and agitation
, 60–61

and depression
, 59

Beta-amyloid plaque
, 7

Bi-Folkal Productions
, 106

Bilingualism
, 15, 32

Cardiovascular disease
, 14–15

Caregiver Kits
, 134

Caring.com
, 90

Central print reference resources
, 77–78

Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA)
, 84–87

Cholinesterase inhibitor drugs
, 27–28

Cognitive impairment
, 2–3, 124

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST)
, 31, 37, 91, 97, 103

Collection development

cognitive stimulation therapy
, 103

dementia memoirs supplements
, 110–113

fiction resources
, 113–116

Health Professions Press
, 103

illustrated books
, 102

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
, 94

library staff and caregivers, nonfiction resources
, 105–110

materials selection
, 102–103

materials types
, 94

memory-challenged adults
, 103

music-based therapies
, 105

nonpharmacological interventions
, 93, 105

Pictures to Share
, 103–104

principles
, 97–101

reminiscence kits
, 105–106

Shadowbox Press
, 104

user-centered
, 95–97

Community Reference Work
, 67

“Consumer health” information services
, 75

Consumer-targeted health information
, 78

Creative expression
, 141

Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease
, 9

Dementia. See also Alzheimer’s dementia

causes of death, United States
, 10, 11

cultural heritage institutions
, 1, 2

definition
, 5

dementia with lewy bodies (DLB)
, 9

frontotemporal
, 9

incidence
, 10

librarians
, 1

medical conditions
, 9

morbidity rates
, 10

museums
, 1

prevalence
, 13

public service professionals
, 1

reversible types
, 10

risk factors
, 10

treatment and prevention
, 1

vascular
, 8–9, 14

Dementia-Friendly America (DFA)
, 1, 45, 90, 138–139

Dementia Friends organization
, 138

Dementia with lewy bodies (DLB)
, 9

Depression
, 59

Digital coping model
, 70

Early-onset AD (EOAD)
, 8

EBSCO
, 77

Elder Law Answers
, 83

Emotional needs
, 87–92

Face-to-face communication
, 37, 43–45

Family Caregiver Alliance
, 89

Fidget quilts
, 136

FINGER Study
, 33, 142

First-line approach, behavioral changes
, 29

Frontotemporal dementia
, 9

Hallucinations
, 62–63

Health Professions Press
, 103

HealthReach
, 76

Healthy lifestyle choices
, 29–31

HIV/AIDS
, 4

Huntington’s disease
, 9

Instrumental ADLs
, 34

Interest Group for Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias (IGARD)
, 90

International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA)
, 1, 39, 94, 118

Late-onset Alzheimer’s dementia (LOAD)
, 8, 14

Learning Your Community
, 95

Library and information science (LIS)
, 65–67, 94

Library customer service/communication

“adult services” text
, 40

behavioral challenges
, 58–63

cognitive stimulation
, 37

with dementia community
, 42–45

in early-stage (mild) dementia
, 52–55

elements of
, 45–50

evidence-based decisions
, 39

face-to-face communication
, 37

“ideal communication strategies,” 39

in late-stage (severe) dementia
, 57–58

library and information science (LIS) training
, 39

mental illness signs
, 41

in middle-stage (moderate) dementia
, 55–57

redirection practice
, 50

Reference and User Services Association (RUSA)
, 40

skills
, 38

therapeutic lie
, 50–51

Wayfinding
, 37–38, 50

Library dementia services. See also Library customer service/communication
, 2

Library public service practice

body language
, 47

clear and slow speach
, 46–47

creative listener
, 47–48

everyday topics, conversation
, 48–49

eye contact
, 46

patience
, 49

person-centered language
, 49

person’s attention
, 46

repetitions and consistent phrasing
, 47

simple language
, 47

yes/no questions
, 48

Lifelong learning
, 15, 118, 119

Literary fiction
, 115

Mayo Clinic
, 77

Medical information needs
, 75–80

Memory Café (MC)
, 123

Memory Connection Centers
, 134

Mental stimulation
, 29, 31–32, 141

MEternally
, 106–107

Mild Alzheimer’s dementia
, 23–24

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI)
, 4, 15–17, 22–23

Mixed dementia
, 8

Moderate Alzheimer’s dementia
, 24–25

MOMA Alzheimer’s Project
, 132

Multifocal approach
, 37

Music-based therapies
, 105

National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA)
, 83, 85

National Adult Day Services Organization
, 82

National Alliance for Caregiving
, 90

National Caregiver Alliance
, 80

National Council on Aging
, 80

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
, 87

National Institute on Aging (NIA)
, 83, 85

Nonprofit advocacy organizations
, 4

Parkinson’s disease
, 9

Patron-Driven Acquisition (PDA) plans
, 96

Personal ADLs
, 34

Personal memory therapies
, 32

Physical exercise
, 141

Plaques
, 7

ProQuest
, 77

PubMed Health
, 76

Reference and information services

caregivers
, 72–73

Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA)
, 84–87

digital coping model
, 70

emotional needs
, 87–92

financial and care planning
, 80–83

health-care decisions
, 73–74

health information dissemination
, 71

language and cultural barriers
, 73

library and information science (LIS)
, 65

Library Science approach
, 69

medical information and needs
, 66, 72, 75–80

to older adults
, 66–69

Reference and User Services Association (RUSA)
, 65–66

self-care
, 73

Reference and User Services Association (RUSA)
, 40, 65–66, 68–69

Reference interview
, 66

Reminiscence kits
, 105–106, 122–123

Severe Alzheimer’s dementia
, 25–26

Shadowbox Press
, 104

Sleep changes and sundowning
, 59

Social stimulation
, 29, 32–33

AARP Memory Activity Book
, 122

Alzheimer’s activities
, 121–122

cognition research
, 120–121

cognitive impairment
, 124

Memory Café (MC)
, 123

public libraries
, 123–124

reminiscence kits
, 122–123

Tales & Travel program
, 124–125

Tales & Travel program
, 124–125

Target audience identification
, 96

Tau protein
, 7, 12

Traumatic brain injuries
, 9, 15

User-centered Acquisition
, 95–97

US National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) MedLine Plus
, 76

Vascular dementia
, 8–9, 14

Wandering
, 59–60

Warning signs, Alzheimer’s dementia

confusion with time/place
, 18

decreased/poor judgment
, 19

difficulty completing tasks
, 18

language difficulty
, 18

memory loss
, 16–17

misplacing objects
, 18–19

mood and personality changes
, 19

neuropsychiatric symptoms
, 19

planning/problem-solving
, 17–18

visual images/spatial relationships
, 18

work/social activities withdrawal
, 19

Wayfinding concept
, 37–38, 50

Winslow Resources
, 106