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Ninċentivaw il-Bidla Strateġija Nazzjonali għad-Dimensja fil-Gżejjer Maltin 2015-2023 (Empowering change – A National Strategy for Dementia in the Maltese Islands 2015-2023)

Parliamentary Secretariat for Rights of Persons with Disability and Active Ageing Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Malta 2 April 2015 Policy document dementia, strategy

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Ninċentivaw il-Bidla Strateġija Nazzjonali għad-Dimensja fil-Gżejjer Maltin 2015-2023
(Empowering change – A National Strategy for Dementia in the Maltese Islands 2015-2023)

This Strategy sets out a work programme for the next nine years to enhance the quality of life of individuals with dementia, their caregivers and family members through the implementation of a number of intervention streams in different priority areas including awareness and understanding of dementia, timely diagnosis, workforce development, research and dementia management and care. A dementia-friendly version is also available, in print form, with the aim of encouraging people with dementia to participate more fully in decisions that affect their lives.

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