Participatory Case Study Work: Approaches, Authenticity and Application in Ageing Studies

Participatory case study work: What it is, how it functions and our adaptations to the approachLocating case study workLocating participatory researchFraming and adapting participatory case study workSummary and key pointsReferencesWorking one-to-one to develop a personal theoryLiving at home with semantic dementia: Creating a life storybook with Ruby and Brian to support personal identity and well-being‘The man on the cross’: Uncovering the body, faith and reflexive self in late-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseLiving at home with young onset dementia: Co-constructing a family biography with Susan and her nominated family membersDiagramming stroke survivorship and recovery: Supporting Malcolm and Margaret to conceptually develop and find meaning in the ‘stroke circle’ and its situated function as a ‘boundary fence’A life in balance: Co-constructing Sarah’s early adjustment to Alzheimer’s disease through a series of visual representations of a see-sawVisual stories and living with dementia: Developing and co-constructing a neighbourhood map with Diane and Dave to represent ageing-in-placeGenerating a collective theory from a series of personal theoriesGenerating a collective theory of early diagnosis in Parkinson’s: The value of the participatory in participatory case study workDoing participatory case study work with groupsMusic in Mind: Understanding the ‘in the moment’ musical experiences of people living with dementia in a group setting‘Stories from a Very Different Salford’: Co-designing and co-producing a biographical place-making animation with the Open Doors research groupNew horizons: Working with communities to develop dementia-friendly churchesDrawing it togetherConclusion: Reflections and directions in participatory case study work
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