The Alzheimer's Society are calling for more help to ensure no-one in Wales is denied access to information and support, following a diagnosis of dementia.
The charity's 'Right to Know' campaign is also calling for a higher dementia diagnosis rate across Wales, and a guarantee that everyone has access to a Dementia Adviser or equivalent, following a diagnosis.
Many people in Wales face daily challenges whilst living with dementia. It's disgraceful to think nearly two thirds of them have an added fight, to get a diagnosis.
Everyone with dementia has a right to know. To have access to the certainty of a diagnosis and the right support to come to terms with and manage the condition should not depend on your postcode.
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