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'Mediocre care' for dementia

A new report by the Alzheimer's Society has found that 80% of people living in care homes have either dementia or severe memory problems, and that less than half of them enjoy a good quality of life.

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Alzheimer's report leads to care home criticism

A report by the Alzheimer's Society suggests 80 per cent of people living in care homes have dementia and most are not getting the support they need.

The report has led to widespread criticism of the care home sector, as it claims that nearly three quarters of adults are scared of going to live in a home.

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