About 750,000 people in the UK have dementia – and this number is expected to double in the next thirty years. The Government is committed to improving the care and experience of people with dementia and their carers by transforming dementia services to achieve better awareness, early diagnosis and high quality treatment at every stage and in every setting, with a greater focus on local delivery of quality outcomes and local accountability for achieving them.
National Clinical Director for Dementia, Professor Alistair Burns talks in a video blog about fragility fractures and the association with dementia .
In his latest video blog Alistair Burns, National Clinical Director for Dementia talks about the joint project between the Department of Health and the Design Council to develop new design-led ideas for … – Living well with dementia: a Design Council challenge
In his latest video blog, Alistair Burns – National Clinical Director for Dementia talks about the role the dementia awareness campaign is playing in helping people spot the early signs … – Dementia awareness campaign
A new campaign to raise awareness of the early signs and symptoms of dementia has being launched. Aimed at encouraging more people to seek an early diagnosis of dementia, the campaign targets … – Spotting the signs of dementia
In his latest video blog, National Clinical Director for Dementia Professor Alistair Burns outlines the key findings from a report to find out how well the provision of memory services … – The provision of memory services in England
In his latest video blog, National Clinical Director for Dementia Professor Alistair Burns talks about the World Alzheimer Report 2011, and the key findings from the report.
David Behan, Director General for Social Care, Local Government and Care Partnerships and Imelda Redmond, Chief Executive of Carers’ UK and discussion leader for Quality, will be answering your questions … – Webchat about Caring for our future