1 edition of Aging together found in the catalog.
Susan H. McFadden
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-225) and index.
|Statement||Susan H. McFadden and John T. McFadden|
|Contributions||McFadden, John T., author|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 235 pages|
|Number of Pages||235|
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"Aging Together: Dementia, Friendship and Flourishing Communities" is one of few books to speak directly about friendship in a time when so many people (1 in 8 over age 65) will develop dementia.
"Aging Together" was written by a husband-wife team (the former a minister of 30 years, the latter a psychology professor), and while the book's style leans toward the academic, it is well worth reading.4/5(10). Aging Together: Dementia, Friendship, and Flourishing Communities.
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Aging Together: Dementia, Friendship, and Flourishing Communities by Susan H. McFadden ()Manufacturer: Johns Hopkins University Press. Aging Together reminds us that warmth and friendship can be maintained in trying situations." International Psychogeriatrics - Martin Guha "This must-read volume will inspire the reader to contemplate the call to care for others with self-giving love.
Highly recommended." Choice. There is something for everyone in this book Pages: Aging Together reminds us that warmth and friendship can be maintained in trying situations.
— Martin Guha. International Psychogeriatrics. A serious, scholarly, and sensitive book. — Mary Gergen. PsycCRITIQUESBrand: Johns Hopkins University Press. A recent book, Aging Together: Dementia, Friendship and Flourishing Communities by Susan H. and John T. McFadden (Johns Hopkins University Press, now out in paperback), is an excellent guide for anyone who cares about a friend with dementia.
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Aging Together has initiated iPads for Seniors, a campaign to connect older individuals who are isolated in our communities to families, doctors, and online activities. This reduces loneliness, boredom and depression while helping maintain their wellbeing. Aging Together, Culpeper, Virginia.
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The Longevity Diet: Discover the New Science Behind Stem Cell Activation and Regeneration to Slow Aging, Fight Disease, and Optimize Weight. Drawing on medicine, social science, philosophy, and religion to provide a broad perspective on aging, Aging Together offers a vision of relationships filled with love, joy, and hope in the face of a condition that all too often elicits anxiety, hopelessness, and despair.
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Aging Gracefully Together is an inspirational and uplifting journey of two people destined to be life-long soulmates. From the time of their engagement through to. Aging Together reminds us that warmth and friendship can be maintained in trying situations." — Martin Guha - International Psychogeriatrics "Readable and useful Anyone who wants to teach, practise or encourage person-centred care for people with dementia will find a lot in this book.".
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A new way of looking at growing and being old.4/5. Drawing on medicine, social science, philosophy, and religion to provide a broad perspective on aging, Aging Together offers a vision of relationships filled with love, joy, and hope in the face of a condition that all too often elicits anxiety, hopelessness, and despair.
Table of Contents. Buy This Book in by: 5. In the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon provides a sagacious look at aging and the issues related to it. We are born with a natural tendency to “live for the moment,” but the ultimate futility of that approach is the subject of Ecclesiastes 1–7.“I'm not opposed to aging - even though society is kinder on men than women when it comes to getting old.
How can I look at aging as the enemy? It happens whether I like it or not and no one is set apart from growing old; it comes to us all.
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