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San Francisco’s Strategy For Excellence In Dementia Care

Department of Aging and Adult Services Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia California 31 December 2009 Policy document community services, education, health promotion

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This points to a future approach to service delivery that is characterized by:
 Expanded community education and training;
 Improved service coordination;
 Shared client information;
 Team-based care;
 Promotion & dissemination of the most current standards and guidelines for care;
 Education & training for service providers to implement those standards and
guidelines; and
 Improved access to resources and services in the early stages of this disease and,hopefully, a delay in the need for more intensive services in later stages.

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