New book series

A new “Reconsidering Dementia” series of books being published by Open University Press aims to challenge and engage readers to take a fresh look at aspects of dementia care. Edited by Keith Oliver and Dawn Brooker, the series will cover a wide range of topics from psychotherapy, ethical issues, and the role of leisure to neighbourhoods and how people with dementia navigate and interact with them.  The first two books in the series, Dementia and Psychotherapy Reconsidered, by Richard Cheston, and Education and Training in Dementia Care: A Person-Centred Approach, by Claire Surr, Sarah Jane Smith and Isabelle Latham, are due to be published in November and December respectively.  More details at