Rethinking dementia and the arts through feminist material perspectives is to create situations in which the distinction between those with and those without a dementia become irrelevant, and where a connectivity can emerge through common aesthetic experiences.
Although many of the articles are seemingly written with the best of intentions there is a risk that they further contribute to the portrayal of loneliness as a dangerous and/or inevitable part of later life.
How hairstylists respond to age norms, the aging body, as well as, social constructs about how women should style their hair.
Society and the health systems depend on the work performed by family caregiver. Caregivers have an increased risk for physical and mental morbidity.