Uniting health and social care to give dementia patients improved services

Social worker visiting older person

Projections that the number of people with dementia could double in 30 years will worry a health service that is already failing to adequately support patients with dementia. But making important changes to unite health and social care services could dramatically improve the quality of dementia care, writes Institute of ...

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