National Dementia Plans and priority setting

Speech by Glenn Rees

This speech on developing National Dementia Plans and setting priorities. was given by Glenn Rees, Chair of Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI), at the 1st Vietnam National Dementia Conference

A speech given by Glenn Rees, Chair of ADI, at the 1st Vietnam National Dementia Conference, on developing National Dementia Plans and setting priorities.

In the speech, Glenn addressed five questions:

  • What is the imperative to adopt a national dementia plan?
  • How to achieve a planning dynamic?
  • The policy issues are clear so where is the problem and what are the priorities?
  • How to engage the support of civil society?
  • What does a dementia friendly society look like?

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