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Law for Dementia Care Survey

Law for Dementia Carers (L4DC) is a two-year project funded by a grant from the Legal Education Foundation to tide. The project is being carried out as a pilot in Greater Manchester, supporting Dementia United’s aim “to make Greater Manchester the best place in the world for dementia care. There are many gaps in care and support for carers of people with dementia including access to wider social welfare and legal support which are taking a toll on families’ health and finances. The focus of L4DC is to provide legal, including human rights, information for carers of people with dementia by developing training modules that carers can access. tide, Together in Dementia Everyday is engaging in the project in partnership with Making Space, a charity that provides care for people with disabilities and support for carers across a wide range of disabilities. The starting point is to ask carers about the legal and human rights issues that have affected them in their role as carers: what legal information has been most important to know about, when was the information most needed, where did they get the information from, and whether there was any information that they didn’t have but would have wanted if they had known about it sooner.  This information will then be used to develop the training. Please complete the anonymous survey: L4DC Dementia Care Survey  Due to the high level of interest in this survey, the closing date has been extended to 5.00 p.m. on Wednesday 5 August.

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