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Et trygt og værdigt liv med demens - Oplæg til den nationale demenshandlingsplan 2025 (A safe and dignified life with dementia - National dementia action plan 2025)

Ministry of Health Government of Denmark Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Denmark 26 September 2016 Policy document

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Målet er, at mennesker med demens skal have mulighed for at leve et trygt og værdigt
liv så længe som muligt – til gavn for mennesker med demens og deres pårørende.


- Tidlig opsporing og bedre kvalitet i udredning og behandling
- Bedre kvalitet i pleje, omsorg og rehabilitering
- Støtte og rådgivning til pårørende til mennesker med demens
- Demensvenlige samfund og boliger
- Øget videns- og kompetenceniveau

(The aim is for people with dementia to be able to live a safe and dignified
life as long as possible - for the benefit of people with dementia and their caregivers.

Focus areas:

- Early detection and better quality of evaluation and treatment
- Improving the quality of healthcare and rehabilitation
- Support and advice for relatives of people with dementia
- Dementia friendly communities and homes
- Increased knowledge and level of competence)


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