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National Framework for Action on Dementia 2006-2010

Australian Health Ministers' Conference Country Resources Neurological disorders including dementia Australia 31 December 2006 Policy document dementia, mental health service, mental health treatment

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The Framework will help to coordinate existing dementia care and support activities and share good ideas through the provision of a structure that brings together the Australian Government and other jurisdictional strategies to treat, improve care for and delay the onset or progression of dementia.It will help develop a more responsive service system through commitment from Australian, State and Territory Governments to consistent outcomes while maintaining flexibility in service delivery.


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