By Rachel Tribe,Pauline Lane,Peter Cockersell,Musthafar Oladosu,Rena Kydd-Williams,Siobhan Spencer,Ajit Shah,Maria Castro Romero,Matt Broadway-Horner,Afreen Huq,Maureen McIntosh
The chapters discover the problems thinking about operating with participants from a variety of minority teams, similar to LGBT humans, individuals with studying disabilities, humans from black and minority ethnic groups, homeless humans and other people with dementia. The chapters conceal vital thought and learn into discrimination, growing older and identification. Contributions from specialists within the fields of psychological healthiness and dealing with minority teams supply functional insights into constructing anti-discriminatory practice.There is additionally sensible suggestion on culturally applicable aid for carers, cultural competency in finish of existence care, operating with interpreters, and celebrating range, followed through assisting useful resources.
This finished e-book will offer psychological healthiness practitioners and scholars with an important knowing of anti-discriminatory practice.
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Anti-discriminatory Practice in Mental Health Care for Older People by Rachel Tribe,Pauline Lane,Peter Cockersell,Musthafar Oladosu,Rena Kydd-Williams,Siobhan Spencer,Ajit Shah,Maria Castro Romero,Matt Broadway-Horner,Afreen Huq,Maureen McIntosh