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Resource reviews If you are interested in writing a review of a book, training resource or website for Social Care and Neurodisability or if you would like to suggest a resource suitable for review then please contact the Reviews Editor, Trish Hafford-Letchfield by email: p.hafford-letchfield@mdx.ac.uk or phone: +44 (0)20 8318 6211. Head Injury: The facts Reviewed by Justin McDermott, Lecturer in Mental Health, Middlesex University, UK Audrey Daisley, Rachel Tams & Udo Kischka Oxford University Press (2009) ISBN: 978 0 19921 822 6 £12.99 (paperback) The book is a good source of knowledge about emotional and sexual) and the different types head injury, what it means, and the different of treatments available. At various points types of injury, their causes and treatment. there is a ‘myth-busting article’ that helps to It is aimed at carers or family members who demystify or debunk misinformation. The wish to know more about the head injury of a reader is guided throughout for ease of quick relative or loved one and what they might be reference with the assistance of the glossary. able to do to support them better. It charts the The brief explanations of mental capacity and involvement of professionals and how to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Social Care and Neurodisability Emerald Publishing

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Social Care and Neurodisability , Volume 2 (1): 3 – Mar 24, 2011

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
2042-0919
DOI
10.5042/scn.2011.0085
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If you are interested in writing a review of a book, training resource or website for Social Care and Neurodisability or if you would like to suggest a resource suitable for review then please contact the Reviews Editor, Trish Hafford-Letchfield by email: p.hafford-letchfield@mdx.ac.uk or phone: +44 (0)20 8318 6211. Head Injury: The facts Reviewed by Justin McDermott, Lecturer in Mental Health, Middlesex University, UK Audrey Daisley, Rachel Tams & Udo Kischka Oxford University Press (2009) ISBN: 978 0 19921 822 6 £12.99 (paperback) The book is a good source of knowledge about emotional and sexual) and the different types head injury, what it means, and the different of treatments available. At various points types of injury, their causes and treatment. there is a ‘myth-busting article’ that helps to It is aimed at carers or family members who demystify or debunk misinformation. The wish to know more about the head injury of a reader is guided throughout for ease of quick relative or loved one and what they might be reference with the assistance of the glossary. able to do to support them better. It charts the The brief explanations of mental capacity and involvement of professionals and how to

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Social Care and NeurodisabilityEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 24, 2011

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