A contribution towards understanding ways of working with older adults

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Greenwood, Diane E.;
  • Subject: RC

This thesis comprises a literature review, an empirical paper and a reflective paper.\ud \ud The systematic literature review involved critical assessment of eleven randomised controlled trials in which cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) for anxiety or depression was m... View more
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    CBT with Older Adults ........................................................................... 4 Evidence for Modifying CBT .................................................................. 6 Modifying the Model for an Older Adult Population................................ 8 Selection Criteria ................................................................................. 11 Question 1: In What Ways Has CBT Been Modified for Older Adults? ................................................................................................ 16 Question 2: How Effective is Modified CBT in Reducing Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression in Older Adults? ........................................ 17 Clinical Implications ............................................................................. 29 Research Implications ......................................................................... 30 Voluntary Sector Involvement in Dementia Care ................................. 51 Volunteers and Volunteer Befrienders in Dementia Care .................... 52 Research With Paid Dementia Workers and Other Sector Volunteers ........................................................................................... 55 Sources of Information

    Age UK Camden. (2011). Dementia befriending service. Retrieved from http://www.ageuk.org.uk/camden/our-services/dementia-befriendingservice-/

    Age UK Coventry. (2011). Volunteer Information Pack.

    Cressey, M. (2012). Volunteer befrienders: Can it work? Journal of Dementia Care, 20(5), 15-16.

    N. Lavin, personal communication, December 6, 2013.

    T. McDermott, personal communication, December 16, 2013.

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