Finding meaning in the experience of dementia the place of spiritual reminiscence work by mackinlay e and trevitt c jessica kingsley publishers london 2012 302 pp isbn 978 1 84905 248 a3772 paperback available from wwwamazoncom. Carried out over a decade the study confirmed spiritual reminiscence to be an effective means of helping people with dementia to find meaning in their own experience and interact in meaningful ways with othersthe authors present the evidence for the efficacy of spiritual reminiscence with this group and drawing on examples demonstrate its many benefits as revealed by the study including the affirmation of identity and worth whilst promoting resilience and transcendence reducing levels . Finding meaning in the experience of dementia the place of spiritual reminiscence work by e mackinlay and c trevitt jessica kingsley publishers london 2012 302 pp isbn 978 1 84905 248. The authors draw on the findings of the study and on many case examples to demonstrate the value of spiritual reminiscence in helping people to find meaning in the experience of dementia consideration is given to the benefits of humour as well as to working in multi cultural and multi faith settings and with people who do not have a religious faith a section of the book is also devoted to the practicalities of designing and implementing spiritual reminiscence programs for
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