The fourth edition of Long-term Caring: Residential, Home and Community Aged Care is an ideal reference for students undertaking a Certificate III Individual Support and Certificate IV Ageing Support.
Written by leading educators and practitioners from Australia and New Zealand, the text prepares students for all aspects of personal care in a variety of aged care settings.
Chapter 1: Health and aged care services in Australia and New Zealand
Chapter 2: Protecting the person and the carer
Chapter 3: Working within a legal, ethical and collaborative environment
Chapter 4: Workplace documentation and communication
Chapter 5: Working in the home and community sector
Chapter 6: Working with Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders
Chapter 7: Working with the older Maori – kauma–tua and aged care
Chapter 8: Working with older people from diverse cultural backgrounds
Chapter 9: Interpersonal communication and care
Chapter 10: The human body in health and disease
Chapter 11: Health assessment
Chapter 12: Caring for the person
Chapter 13: Promoting and maintaining wellness
Chapter 14: Working with older clients with dementia
Chapter 15: Working with older clients with a disability
Chapter 16: Working with older clients with a mental health issue
Chapter 17: Working with older clients requiring palliative care
Chapter 18: Assisting with medications
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- 20th January 2003
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Clinical Trainer, Churches of Christ Residential Care Services, Qld, Australia
Director MW Projects, Brisbane, Qld, Australia
Clare Kostelnick is professor emeritus at Des Moines Area Community College where she continues to teach nursing assistant courses. She received her BSN from the Brokaw School of Nursing of Illinois Wesleyan University. She began her career as a registered nurse serving in the US Army Nurse Corps. Having achieved the rank of captain, she spent most of her military career working in emergency care. Clare’s 45 years of nursing experience also includes working in critical care as a staff nurse, a home care and hospice staff nurse, a long-term care staff nurse and consultant, and a coordinator of an assisted living facility. She has taught nursing assistant classes for over 20 years. Clare is a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) instructor for the American Heart Association and is a member of the Iowa Health Educators Association.
Professor Emeritus and Nurse Assistant Instructor, Des Moines Area Community College
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