By Sheila McCormick,Sheila Preston,Michael Balfour
In half One Sheila McCormick stories and historicises the perform of utilized theatre with, for and by means of the aged. It argues that pioneering utilized theatre recommendations are important if the inventive perform is to answer the starting to be wishes of older individuals of society, and displays on specific cultural responses to getting older and the elderly.
The moment a part of the publication is made of essays and case reports from best specialists and practitioners from Britain, the US and Australia, together with attention of utilized theatre techniques to dementia, healthiness, well being, social inclusion and Alzheimer's disease.
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Applied Theatre: Creative Ageing by Sheila McCormick,Sheila Preston,Michael Balfour