Table of contents for Promoting family involvement in nursing homes : making programs work / edited by Joseph E. Gaugler.

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About the Editor.........................................................................................................................
Contributors...............................................................................................................................
Foreword	...................................................................................................................................
Acknowledgments......................................................................................................................
Introduction
Chapter 1	The Role of Families in Nursing Homes
		Joseph E. Gaugler.............................................................................................3
Section I	Building and Refining Existing Strategies
Chapter 2	Family Councils in Residential Long-Term Care
		Keith A. Anderson...........................................................................................25
Chapter 3	Promoting Family Involvement in Long-Term Care:
		A Certified Nursing Assistant's Perspective
		Katherina A. Nikzad........................................................................................45
Chapter 4	Making the Long-Term Care Environment More Like Home:
		The Eden Alternative: What Families Want, and Why
		Judith C. Drew...............................................................................................71
Section II	Group- and Family-Based Strategies
Chapter 5	Support for Families in the Nursing Home Environment:
		Family Caregiving, Social Support, and Support Group Benefits 
		of the Family Project
		Terry Peak......................................................................................................93
Appendix......................................................................................................113
Chapter 6	Supporting Families of Persons with Dementia Living in Nursing Homes:
		The Family Visit Education Program
		Philip McCallion...........................................................................................123
Section III	Family-Staff Partnerships
Chapter 7	The Family Stories Workshop
		Ken W. Hepburn and Wayne A. Caron..............................................................143
Chapter 8	Family Involvement in the Care of Residents with Dementia:
		An Important Resource for Quality of Life and Care
		Janet P. Specht, David Reed, and Meridean L. Maas............................................163
		
		Appendix......................................................................................................197
Chapter 9	Partners in Caregiving:
		Cooperative Communication Between Families and Nursing Homes
		Julie Robison and Karl Pillemer.......................................................................201
Section IV	The Future of Family Involvement Interventions
Chapter 10	Educating Families and Improving Communication:
		A Web-Based Intervention Program for Families of Nursing Home Residents 
with Dementia
Valerie E, Tolbert and Jennifer G. Basham........................................................227
		Appendix.....................................................................................................249
Chapter 11	Challenges and Solutions in Promoting Family Involvement in Nursing Homes:
		Looking Toward the Next Generation of Programs
		Joseph E. Gaugler.........................................................................................271
Index	293

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Nursing homes -- United States -- Administration.
Long-term care facilities -- United States -- Administration.
Nursing homes -- Patients -- United States -- Family relationships.
Long-term care facilities -- Patients -- United States -- Family relationships.
Medical personnel-caregiver relationships -- United States.
Homes for the Aged.
Nursing Homes.
Caregivers -- psychology.
Long-Term Care -- methods -- Aged.
Professional-Family Relations.
Professional-Patient Relations.