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Developing a Biographical Approach in Care Practice
Developing a Biographical Approach in Care Practice
Learning objectives

By the end of this chapter, the reader will be able to:

  • Examine how to implement a relationship-based model of dementia care by using a biographical approach to care planning.
  • Explore how direct care is influenced by the structure of the organisation and how a Complex Adaptive System supports dementia care.
  • Analyse the barriers and enablers at the care delivery level of the organisation that might impede or promote relationship-based approaches to care.
  • Complete a care plan for a relationship-based model of dementia care.
Introduction

As we discussed in Chapter 2, valuing personhood is a fundamental principle of person-centred and relationship-centred care. We examined the value of biography in developing knowledge of what mattered to people ...

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