Dementia – Immediate Post Diagnosis Support Guidance — London Strategic Clinical Networks

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Released: 17.09.2015 | Dementia

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The living well with dementia workstream has created guidance for professionals to support people with dementia and carers immediately following diagnosis. The guidance covers prognosis, mediations, assessing carers needs, signposting, post diagnosis support, information on services available, and signposts the reader to further information.

This guidance has been produced primarily for professionals working with people with dementia in health and social care settings; however it may also be useful to commissioners.

All support should be tailored to the individual’s needs and wishes in order to provide a personalised approach.Not all information below will be appropriate for everyone and it is the diagnosing clinician’s decision what to discuss. It is unlikely that all topics will be covered in one meeting; it is anticipated that support will be offered over a series of meetings as necessary.

All areas should use these indicators as a guide to ensure that…

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