Practical Ministry to People with Dementia and their Caregivers This is a practical, empathetic resource for faith communities and those involved with them to support people experiencing dementia which draws on Kathy Berry’s years of experience as a long-term care chaplain.
Here, the unique voices of Christians who live with this illness bring insight and prompt theological reflection on the profound questions that dementia asks of faith.
This book explores the concept of relational care, what it feels like for older people and for carers, why it makes life happier and how those involved in residential, or community care can make it work.
Why are public toilets so hard to find and often challenging to use? It’s a topic few people want to talk about but one that is vital to the dignity of many older people and people living with dementia. Download the Free ebook below.
Dementia and the local church. Available on request from FiOP.
A key resource on spiritual care relating to dementia, ageing and palliative care.
A guide to setting up and running groups in community and residential settings.
A secular reflection on the practice of spiritual care.