There are currently 425,416 people living with dementia in Australia. With this in mind, organisational strategies to improve capacity and scalability are critical for the delivery of quality, person-centred care into the future. It is now more vital than ever before that dementia providers embrace innovative service delivery models and embed governance structures to strengthen care for people living with dementia across Australia. Along with the number of people living with dementia on the rise so is the complexity of cases. Therefore the delivery of integrated and responsive care has become crucial. We welcome this opportunity for sector wide discussion at the upcoming Dementia Care Delivery Summit on how Australia will respond to the growing and complex needs of Australians living with dementia.
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“A very dynamic event with lots of enthusiastic presenters giving lots of fabulous examples of great work in aged and dementia care.”
“An inspiring conference bringing together diverse and real ideas that genuinely will help improve the service I provide.”
“A very good event - I would recommend that all providers in the sector attend in future."
FHFT Trust Lead Nurse for Dementia and Delirium
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
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