Working with Older People: Volume 16 Issue 2

Practical approaches to work, leisure, lifestyle and learning

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Table of contents

Outcomes and well‐being part 2: a comparative longitudinal study of two models of homecare delivery and their impact upon the older person self‐reported subjective well‐being. A qualitative follow up study paper

Stephen Gethin‐Jones

This paper aims to follow up on a previous quantitative research project which established that outcome‐focussed care appeared to be associated with an increase in the…

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Challenges facing domiciliary care agencies delivering person centred care

Patricia Duff OBE, Rosemary Hurtley

This paper aims to highlight the benefits of the 360 SF diagnostic audit for assessing person centeredness of a domiciliary agency and to highlight the challenges they face with…

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Person centred dementia care: problems and possibilities

Elaine Argyle

Dementia care is an issue of increasing policy focus, with person centred approaches becoming synonymous with quality provision in this area. However, the implementation and…

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On becoming a co‐operative: the journey

Mervyn Eastman

This paper aims to examine the role that the co‐operative sector can play in responding to the needs and aspirations of older people. In addition, through recounting the Change…

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The security for Chinese older people in urban‐rural one‐child families

Guojun Wang, Xing Su, Alan Hatton‐Yeo

The article's aim is to provide an overview of how care will be financed in the future in China as a consequence of changes in society.

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Cover of Working with Older People

ISSN:

1366-3666

Online date, start – end:

2000

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Simone Bacchini