Glasgow City Dementia Strategy Consultation

Vision: Glasgow to be a fully inclusive dementia friendly city

The Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership is working alongside Alzheimer Scotland to develop a Dementia Strategy for the city which will be published early 2016. This strategy will provide a framework to support high quality dementia services and help create a Dementia Friendly Glasgow, to ensure that the City of Glasgow is a good place to live for people with dementia and their carers. To ensure people with dementia and their carers have access to quality services post diagnosis with diagnosis being gateway to support.

The key aims of a Dementia Friendly Glasgow are:

  • To ensure everyone is aware of and understands about dementia and its impact on people’s lives.
  • To ensure that those living with dementia and their carers are able to fully participate in their community.
  • To ensure those living with dementia have choice and control over their lives.
  • To develop a broad and holistic response to support in the wider community.
  • To have a more coordinated approach to existing activities and initiatives.
  • To ensure people with dementia and their carers have access to quality services post diagnosis with diagnosis being gateway to support.

LAST CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR SAY

Please make sure you comment before 31st December 2015.

View the consultation document here

Fill in our questionnaire https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Glasgowdem

For more information visit the webpage

If you would like to provide further information please email it to glasgowdem@gmail.com

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