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Dementia services 'not sustainable', care review finds

A woman whose parents were both diagnosed with dementia says she did not know where to go for help with their condition.

Ruth Tucker from Pontypool made her comments as a review into care services for people with dementia found the service is not sustainable and changes are needed to cope with future demand.

The Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales says local authorities and health boards need to speed up the integration of health and social care services.

Ms Tucker said she needed a "one-stop shop" as a first port of call.

  • 16 Apr 2014
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