Watching the Leaves Dance: More stories of people living with dementia

Watching the Leaves Dance: More stories of people living with dementia

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Storytelling – at its insightful and brilliant best - is the basis of the bestseller success of Graham Stokes’ first volume And Still the Music Plays: Stories of people with dementia. Here in his follow-up volume Watching the Leaves Dance: More stories of people living with dementia, clinical psychologist Graham Stokes uses the same compelling combination of warmth, empathy and detective skills to shed light into the lives of people living with dementia and why they behave as they do.

Why did Isabel lose her sense of humour? Or confused and disorientated James have a golden-brown ring on his iris? Was Judy passionately in love or disinhibited by dementia? Why did Alan rage at the picture on the wall? How did Dan, living with dementia, cope when his wife and 'rock' Connie died? Professor Stokes tells the stories of 18 individuals and the impact of dementia upon them and their carers and relatives.

The stories are set at home, in care homes and hospitals. Focused on the importance of the individual person and deeply moving, they will appeal to professionals and to all those touched by, affected by and interested in dementia – a condition which affects so many people in so many different, sometimes surprising, ways.

“Engaging and encouraging… something for everyone to take and benefit from.” - Keith Oliver

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