Hopkins Fulfillment Services

Table Of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments
Introduction: A Program Specifically for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease
Part I: The Neurobehavioral Aspects of Alzheimer's Disease
Chapter 1. Memory
Chapter 2. Language
Chapter 3. Perception
Chapter 4. The Organization of Movement
Chapter 5. Abstract Thought
Chapter 6. Attention
Chapter 7. Judgment
Part II: Evaluation
Chapter 8. Medical Examination
Chapter 9. Neuropsychological Testing
Chapter 10. Psychiatric Review
Chapter 11. Functional Evaluation
Chapter 12. Social History
Chapter 13. Environment
Chapter 14. Ongoing Evaluation
Part III: Programing to the Clients' Strengths
Chapter 15. Habitual Skills
Chapter 16. Primary Motor Function
Chapter 17. Primary Sensory Function
Chapter 18. Emotions
Chapter 19. Remote Memory
Chapter 20. Perseveration
Part IV: Programing for the Clients' Needs
Chapter 21. A Hierarchy of Needs
Chapter 22. The Need for Security
Chapter 23.Psychosocial Needs
Part V: Designing a Program
Chapter 24. The Physical Environment
Chapter 25. Selecting Meaningful Activities
Chapter 26. Grading Activities
Chapter 27. Analyzing Activities
Chapter 28. Schedule and Routine
Chapter 29. Staffing
Chapter 30. A Schedule of Daily Activities
Part VI: Activities
Chapter 31. Exercise
Chapter 32. Other Gross Motor Activities
Chapter 33. Grooming and Hygiene
Chapter 34. Times for Socializing
Chapter 35. Housekeeping and Meal Preparation
Chapter 36. Crafts
Chapter 37. Woodwork
Chapter 38. Work-oriented Activities
Chapter 39. Special Events and Outings
Chapter 40. List of Activities
Part VII: The Presentation of Activities
Chapter 41. Organizing the Activity
Chapter 42. Initiating the Activity
Chapter 43. Guiding Clients Through an Activity
Chapter 44. Coping with Problems or Failure
Chapter 45. Providing Positive Reinforcement
Part VIII: Clients' Reactions to the Program
Chapter 46. Introducing the Program
Chapter 47. Helping Clients Leave Home
Chapter 48. Dealing with Client's Negative Reactions
Chapter 49. Providing Support for Caregivers
Chapter 50. A Case History
Part IX: Mobility
Chapter 51. Walking
Chapter 52. Rising From a Chair
Chapter 53. Seating a Client in a Chair or on the Toilet
Annotated Bibliography