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Dementia Action Plan for Western Australia 2003-2006

Government of Western Australia Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Australia, Western Australia 31 December 2003 Policy document 0-9751651-0-0 dementia, health service, plan

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The Dementia Action Plan fits within the strategic framework of the State Aged Care Plan for Western Australia 2003-2008 and aligns with its Vision, Values and Goals.

Such Goals are;
- Strong leadership to envision, create and shape change for the benefit of older Western Australia
- Transformed system to ensure integrated and coordinates services and supports
- Continuous improvement so that services and supports focus on the individual and recognize diversity
- The people who provide services and supports are valued, mentored, skilled and resources.


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