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A third of people with dementia in England 'not receiving full care'

Age UK says many people do not have individual care package to which they are entitled More than one in three people in England diagnosed with dementia are not getting the follow-up care they are entitled to, a charity has said. The NHS specifies that everyone diagnosed with the condition should have an individual care plan that is reviewed at least once a year. Continue reading...
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