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  • Services let down people with young onset dementia

    Services let down people with young onset dementia

    27.11.20 Services for people with young onset dementia (YOD) remain patchy with in many cases little continuity from diagnosis to post-diagnostic support, Professor Jan Oyebode told the UK Dementia Congress held online. Oyebode was reporting on the findings of the Angela Project, a major study of young onset, which found that only 18.1% of people surveyed received a diagnosis in specialist YOD services while 17.1% were diagnosed in older people’s mental health services. “There was a lack of follow-up services. 42% received no follow-up appointment in the first six weeks after diagnosis,” said Oyebode, from Bradford University’s Centre for Applied Dementia Studies. She called for further specialist YOD services to be commissioned.

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    26.11.20 UK Dementia Congress 2020 ticket holders can still take advantage of the 20% discount to subscribe to Journal of Dementia Care. Sign up before 30th November via using your special UKDC code. The annual subscription includes: printed editions of The Journal of Dementia Care (JDC), exclusive subscriber rates for future JDC events; access to JDC online and article archive and a weekly JDC e-newsletter.

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    The National Care Awards celebrate their 22nd year in 2020! Organised by leading social care publication Caring Times Magazine, the awards celebrate the very best people in the long-term care sector, highlighting excellence and rewarding those who work tirelessly to provide consistently outstanding care.
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