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Dementia Framework for Victoria

Victorian Government Department of Human Services Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Australia, Victoria Policy document dementia

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Along the pathway, strategies to enhance client and carer experience, services
and support focus on the following four priority areas:
• providing support to older people to live active and independent lives in their communities to the maximum extent possible
• facilitating high quality health and aged care services to support people with
dementia and their families and carers
• encouraging creativity and innovation in flexible service delivery, and
• focusing on social connectedness, diversity and equity.

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