Working with Older People: Volume 26 Issue 2

Practical approaches to work, leisure, lifestyle and learning

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Table of contents

Female spouses lived experiences of living with a husband with dementia: a qualitative study on changes in everyday life

Barbara Egilstrød, Kirsten Schultz Petersen

The purpose of this study is to gain a deeper understanding of female spouses’ lived experiences of changes in everyday life while living with a husband with dementia.

Designing inclusive environments for people living with dementia: how much do we really know?

Simon Chester Evans, Sarah Waller, Jennifer Bray

Recent years have seen a growing interest in and awareness of the importance of environmental design to the well-being of people living with dementia, in terms of both policy and…

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Elderly smallholder farmers’ perceptions of and adaptation to climate variability and change in rural Ghana

Divine Odame Appiah, Felix Asante, Lois Antwi-Boadi, Richard Serbeh

This paper aims to examine elderly smallholder farmers’ perceptions of and adaptation to climate variability and change in the Offinso Municipality, Ghana.

The lived experience of patients suffering from stroke and their perception of palliative care needs: a literature review

Marwa Halabi, Inaam Khalaf, Salam Bani Hani

This study aims to review the lived experience of patients suffering from stroke and describe their perception of palliative care needs.

What do knee OA patients perceive about their disorder? A qualitative study

Ammar Suhail

The purpose of this study was to explore patient’s perception of their disorder.

Community makers: report on developing an online toolkit for supporting people with dementia to connect during the pandemic and beyond

Shirley Evans, Matthew Harrison, Natasha Morgan, Cat Kilkenny, Thomas Morton

Community Makers (https://communitymakers.co) is an active UK wide network that evolved rapidly in response to COVID-19 and the negative impact of social isolation and distancing…

Bringing children and older people together through food: the promotion of intergenerational relationships across preschool, school and care home settings

Mat Jones, Sanda Umar Ismail

This paper aims to explore how food-focused social activities are a route for promoting intergenerational relationships, well-being and dietary benefits among residents in care…

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ISSN:

1366-3666

Online date, start – end:

2000

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Simone Bacchini