Decision Maker: Plenary - Fourth Assembly
Status: Recommendations approved
Is Key decision?: Yes
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NDM5067 Jenny Rathbone (Cardiff Central)
Improving Dementia Care– developing seamless services
The increasing incidence of dementia requires a critical re-think of services as well as attitudes. Earlier diagnosis and assessment can keep people out of hospital and enables them to shape arrangements for their long term care. People need services which are multi-disciplinary, flexible and cost effective to support them as their needs change.
Publication date: 17/10/2012
Date of decision: 17/10/2012
Decided at meeting: 17/10/2012 - Plenary - Fourth Assembly