Dementia Adviser Services Survey (Department of Health / IpsosMORI / Age UK)

Summary

The Department of Health, with Age UK and Ipsos MORI, investigated the provision of services for older people in England, with a particular focus on Dementia Adviser Services.

Dementia Advisers provide “a single identifiable point of contact for people with dementia and their carers following a diagnosis”; and these were identified as essential for achieving effectively integrated post-diagnostic care, by the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia 2020.

The following Age UK and Ipsos MORI report presents findings from a survey concerning the provision of Dementia Adviser Services across England.

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Reference

Dementia advisers survey. [Online]: Department of Health, April 4th 2016.

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Reference

Dementia advisers survey: survey of provision of dementia adviser services. [February 2016]. London: Ipsos MORI, April 1st 2016.

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