It also looks at the implications for learning-disabled clients when directives from policy-makers have to be implemented. This is a book that is rooted in real life situations, showing how the profession can have the client at the centre of their concerns whilst still complying with Policy. It is a book that will be of practical use to all nurses working with learning-disabled clients and takes a unique approach to the subject.
A practice-focused guide to the implementation of patient-centred care for learning-disabled clients
Studies based on real cases relate chapter themes to clinical practice
Discusses sensitive issues such as sexuality and spirituality, opening new avenues to enhanced care in difficult circumstances
Table of Contents
Foreword; Introduction; Abuse; Sexuality; Dual Diagnosis; Health Promotion; Moving On; Bereavement and Loss; Community; Education; Day Services; Planning, monitoring; Spirituality; Conclusion.