Sexuality and Dementia

Sexuality and Dementia

Compassionate and Practical Strategies for Dealing With Unexpected or Inappropriate Behaviors

Book - 2014
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The First Comprehensive Guide for Dealing with Dementia's Effect on Sex, Intimacy, and Relationships

It is common for a person with dementia to exhibit inappropriate and uncharacteristic sexual behavior, including promiscuity, verbal abuse, aggression, grabbing, exhibitionism, and jealous paranoia. This behavior puts a strain on spouses and partners, as well as other loved ones and caregivers. Now, for the first time, esteemed geriatric neuropsychiatrist, Douglas Wornell, MD, provides essential information and practical solutions to cope with these troubling and often embarrassing actions by providing:

information on the contributing role of medication (and overmedication), both prescribed and over-the-counter ways to handle inappropriate behaviors that respect the person with dementia, their loved ones, and their caregivers recommendations to minimize the legal risk and potential for injury in long-term care facilities personal stories of the many ways couples have chosen to deal with the changes to their sexual dynamic and relationship
Publisher: New York : Demos Health, c2014
ISBN: 9781936303557
Characteristics: 188 p. : ill. ; 23 cm


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