Life story and life review
This chapter discusses and examines the life story, and it looks at review work that describes practical methods and models that have been used in different disciplinary settings and cultural contexts. Some of the countries examined include Canada, England, and New Zealand. Most of the focus in this chapter is on the emotional challenges of such work, the need to remain cautious about the increasing technology surrounding reminiscence work at the end of life, and the need for staff to receive training, supervision, and support.
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