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Kansallinen Muistiohjelma 2012–2020 (Finland's National Memory Plan)

Government of Finland Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Finland 29 May 2012 Policy document 978-952-00-3224-1 (PDF) health promotion, health service, quality care

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The target of the National Memory Plan of Finland is to make Finland “a memory friendly country” based on four key elements:

Promoting brain health
Correct attitudes to care and rehabilitation for brain health and dementia (memory diseases)
Ensuring a good quality of life for both people with dementia and their carers by means of timely support, care and nursing, rehabilitation and services
Promoting comprehensive research and knowledge of dementia

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