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England's National Dementia Strategy
This is the national plan of England.
Summary of policy elements
The 18 areas of policy were identified and refined by a group of Alzheimer policy experts. Because every plan is constructed differently, the chart gives a quick way to find the location in each plan of the main policy recommendations in each topic.
|1. Awareness Raising||Yes|
|2. Dementia Training||Yes|
|4. Access to Treatment||Yes|
|5. Care Coordination||Yes|
|6. Caregiver Assessment|
|7. Changes in Physician Practice/Procedure||Yes|
|8. Quality Care Recommendation||Yes|
|9. Legal Ethical Issues/Rights|
|10. Risk Factors & Prevention||Yes|
|11. Improved Data|
|12. Research Funding||Yes|
|13. Budget for Family Assistance||Yes|
|14. Family Caregiver Support Policies||Yes|
|15. Pilot Projects||Yes|
|16. Special Populations|
|17. Policy Office||Yes|
|18. Intergovernmental Policies||Yes|
Some documents about the implementation of the plan.
In March 2012, the Prime Minister launched his "challenge", to build on the existing strategy.