Relatives of dementia sufferers should "push that little bit harder" to make sure their loved ones get the care needed if they live in area exposed as having poor care standards, a charity chief has told Daybreak.
Alison Cook from the Alzheimer's Society admitted "it was not good enough" advice to give worried relatives, but had little choice after the Government's upcoming publication of a "dementia care map".
Ms Cook explained kind of treatment dementia sufferers should expect:
"We'd like everywhere in the country to be raised to the standard of the very best. We can see from the map in some places three quarters of people are getting a diagnosis."
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