57% of Welsh people "put off" seeking dementia diagnosis

More than half of Welsh people are avoiding seeking a dementia diagnosis for up to a year or more, a study has found.

The research, conducted by charity Alzheimer's Society, also found 60% of people surveyed believe a dementia diagnosis would mean their life was over.

It marks the beginning of Dementia Awareness Week, which aims to encourage people to confront Dementia head on.

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