The Oxford Handbook of Social Work in Health and Aging

The Oxford Handbook of Social Work in Health and Aging

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This Second Edition of the Handbook addresses the evolving interdisciplinary health care context and the broader social work practice environment, as well as advances in the knowledge base which guides social work service delivery in health and aging. This includes recent enhancements in the theories of gerontology, innovations in clinical interventions, and major developments in the social policies that structure and finance health care and senior services. In
addition, the policy reforms of the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act set in motion a host of changes in the United States healthcare system with potentially profound implications for the programs and services which provide care to older adults and their families. In this volume, the most
experienced and prominent gerontological health care scholars address a variety of populations that social workers serve, and the arenas in which they practice, followed by detailed recommendations of best practices for an array of physical and mental health conditions. The volume's unprecedented attention to diversity, health care trends, and implications for practice, research, policy make the publication a major event in the field of gerontological social work. This is a Must-Read for all
social work social work educators, practitioners, and students interested in older adults and their families.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 744 pages
  • 192 x 263 x 45mm | 1,496g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0199336954
  • 9780199336951

Table of contents

Part A; Social Work Practice in Health & Aging
SECTION I: Assessments and Interventions
Overview
section editors: Kathleen McInnis-Dittrich & James Lubben

Section Ia- Assessments
1. Comprehensive Biopsychosocial Assessments: The Foundation of Social Work Practice with Older Adults
Kathleen McInnis-Dittrich
2. Standardized Measures and Geriatric Social Work
Rosalie A. Kane

Section Ib- Interventions
3. Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions
Kathleen McInnis-Dittrich
4. Family and Group Interventions
Roberta Green & Joyce Riley
5. The Role of Reminiscence and Life Review in Health Aging
Lori Daniels & James Boehnlein
6. Strengths-Based and Solution-Focused Practice with Older Adults: New Applications
Rosemary Chapin, Holly Nelson-Becker, Kelley MacMillan & Alicia Sellon
7. Spirituality in Professional Practice with Older Adults
Holly Nelson-Becker, Edward Canda & Mitsuko Nakashima
8. Approaches to Empowering Individuals and Communities
Kevin J. Mahoney, Erin McGaffigan, Mark Sciegaj, Karen Zgoda & Ellen Mahoney

SECTION II: SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN THE COMMUNITY
Overview
section editors: Nancy Hooyman & Philip McCallion

Section IIa- Settings for Community-Based Practice
9. Services and Settings Inspired by the Affordable Care Act
Julie S. Darnell, Robyn L. Golden, Gayle Shier & Phyllis Mitzen
10. Generalized and Specialized Hospitals
Rebecca Judd & Sherry Sheffield
11. Home Care Settings
Kathryn G. Kietzman, Edna Naito-Chan & A.E. Benjamin
12. Departments of Public Welfare or Social Services
Joy Swanson Ernst & Charles A. Smith
13. Community Mental Health Centers
Sherry M. Cummings, Kimberly M. Cassie & Shannon M. Trecartin
14. Senior Centers
Philip Rozario & Manoj Pardasani
15. Health Maintenance Organizations, Managed Care, and the Affordable Care Act
W. June Simmons
16. Social Service and Health Planning Agencies
Robert Hudson

Section IIb- Social Services Available through Community Settings
17. Case Management Services
Matthias J. Naleppa
18. Geriatric Care Management
Carmen Morano, Daniel S. Gardner & Stephanie Swerdlow
19. Counseling, Treatment, and Support Services
Leah Maxwell & Lenard Kaye
20. Community Aging Initiatives
Emily A. Greenfield & Nancy Giunta
21. Housing, Health, and Quality of Life
Judith G. Gonyea

SECTION III: SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN LONG-TERM RESIDENTIAL CARE
Overview
section editor: Rosalie A. Kane
22. A Social Worker's Perspective on The History and Future of
Residential Care Settings
Rosalie A. Kane
23. Assisted Living Settings
Sheryl Zimmerman, Jean Munn & Terry Koenig
24. Nursing Homes
Robin Bonifas, Mercedes Bern-Klug & Kelsey Simons
25. The Long-term Care Ombudsman Program
Patricia Ducayet & Beverley Laubert
26. Culture Change in Long-Term Care)
Wendy Lustbader & Carter Catlett Williams
27. Long-Term Care in the Veterans Administration
Geri Adler & Lonique Pritchett

Part B; Populations Social Workers Serve in Health & Aging
SECTION I: OLDER ADULTS WITH CHRONIC PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
Overview
section editor: Amy Horowitz
28. Older Adults with Age-Related Sensory Loss
Cynthia Stuen & Karen Campbell
29. Musculoskeletal Health and Functional Capabilities in Older Adults
Helen Miltiades & Lenard W. Kaye
30. Aging and Functional Disability
Michelle Putnam & Stephanie P. Wladkowski
31. Older Adults with Cancer
Tamara J. Cadet, Julie Berrett-Abebe & Peter Maramaldi
32. Older Adults with Cardiovascular Diseases
Amy L. Ai & Cara Pappas
33. Social Work Practice with Older Adults to Prevent and Control Diabetes and Complications
Richard B. Francoeur & Alicia M. Wilson
34. Older Adults with HIV/AIDS
Charles A. Emlet & Anne K. Hughes

SECTION II: OLDER ADULTS WITH MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS
Overview
section editor: Ruth E. Dunkle
35. Older Adults with Dementia
Ronald W. Toseland, Michael Parker & Suran Ahn
36. Mental Health Disorders in Later Life
Zvi Gellis
37. Older Adults with Substance/Alcohol Abuse Problems
Tazuko Shibusawa & Stephanie Sarabia
38. Older Adults who Hoard
Christiana Bratiotis, Catherine Ayers & Gail Steketee

SECTION III: SPECIAL POPULATIONS
Overview
section editor: David E. Biegel
39. New Paradigms of Paid and Unpaid Work: Employment and Voluntarism for Older Adults in the 21st Century
Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes & Nancy Morrow-Howell
40. The Oldest Old
Ruth Dunkle & Hae-Sook Jeon
41. Caregivers to Older and Disabled Adults
Michael W. Parker, Jan S. Greenberg, Marsha R. Malick, Gaynell M. Simpson, Eun Ha Namkung & Ronald Toseland
42. The Crisis of Aging People in Prison: Forging a Social Work Response to the Social Determinants of Health and Justice
Tina Maschi & Ron Aday
43. Impoverished and Homeless Older Adults
David E. Biegel & Amy Restorick Roberts
44. Mistreated and Neglected Older Adults
Joy Swanson Ernst
45. Older Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Elizabeth Lightfoot & Phil McCallion

SECTION IV: OLDER ADULTS FROM DIVERSE CULTURES
Overview
section editors: Letha A. Chadiha & Philip A. Rozario
46. Older African Americans and Other Black Populations
Letha A. Chadiha, Philip A. Rozario, Maria P. Aranda & Andrea S. Fielding
47. Older Asian Americans
Jong Won Min & Ailee Moon
48. Social Work Practice with Older Latinos in the United States: A Mental Health Perspective
Maria Aranda
49. American Indian/Alaska Native Elders
Molly Tovar, David Patterson, Jordan Lewis
50. Social Work Practice with Older Adults in Other Minority Groups
Virginia E. Richardson & Colette V. Browne
51. Social Work with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Older Adults
Sandra Butler & Bradley Zodikoff
52. Older Immigrants and Refugees
Ailee Moon & Trang Hoang
53. Global Aging in the Twenty-First Century: Prospects, Challenges and Directions for Action
Denise Burnette & Fei Sun

SECTION V: OLDER ADULTS IN PALLIATIVE AND END OF LIFE CARE
Overview
section editor: Louisa Daratsos & Judith L. Howe
54. Social Work Practice in Palliative and End-of-Life Care
Louisa Daratsos & Judith L. Howe
55. The History and Development of End-of-Life Care
Victoria H. Raveis & Deborah P. Waldrop
56. Providing Services at the End of Life: Focusing on the Psychosocial Aspects of Dying
Margaret Souza & Irene A. Gutheil

Part C; Policies and Regulations in Health & Aging
Overview
section editor: Namkee Choi
57. Private Retirement and Social Security Programs
Robert B. Hudson & Dianna DiNitto
58. Policies Affecting Health, Mental Health and Caregiving: Medicare
Ji Seon Lee
59. Policies Affecting Health, Mental Health and Caregiving: Medicaid
Colleen Galambos & Jung Sim Jun
60. Policies Affecting Community-Based Social Services, Housing, and Transportation
Lori Thomas
61. Policies Related to Competency and Proxy Issues
Kathleen H. Wilber, Jeanine Yonashiro-Cho, Adria E. Navarro & Gretchen E. Alkema
62. Policies to Protect the Rights of Older Adults and Support Family Caregivers
Joan K. Davitt, Lydia W. Li & Kerry A. Rastigue
Index
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Review quote

This is a valuable book for all social workers, providers of health care and social services, educators, and students. * Paiso Jamakar, Bizindia.net *
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About Daniel Kaplan

Daniel Kaplan is a clinical social worker with expertise in mental and neurological disorders. His research includes both intervention and implementation studies that aims to optimize care services, clinical interventions and supportive environments for older adults with mental and neurological disorders living in the community. He holds clinical social work licensure in New York and Massachusetts, as well as an NASW certification in advanced gerontological
clinical social work.

Barbara Berkman is the Rehr/Fizdale Professor Emerita of Health and Mental Health at Columbia University School of Social Work and Research Professor at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. She has directed 23 federally and foundation supported research projects focusing on geriatrics and oncology care, and is currently National Director of the Hartford Geriatric Social Work Scholars Program. Dr. Berkman has received many awards for her research and policy efforts in health and
aging, and her contribution to the geriatric health and aging knowledge base includes over 120 books, chapters, and articles.
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