Survey: Dementia patients do not feel part of the community

09/5/2013 | BBC

In the U.K., the Alzheimer's Society called on communities to become more dementia-friendly after a survey of dementia patients found one-third only got out of the house once per week and 10% left home only monthly. The survey found most dementia patients did not feel connected to their communities, and many saw themselves as a burden.

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