GP-based Admiral Nurse service challenges the stigma of dementia
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GP-based Admiral Nurse service challenges the stigma of dementia

Julie Penfold Freelance journalist

Patients and families living with dementia in Southwold are benefiting from the specialist care of a practice-based service – the first of its kind in Suffolk

The service is based at Dr Castle and Partners, a general practice located at Sole Bay Health Centre in Reydon, a village near Southwold, Suffolk. It has been jointly funded by Dementia UK and Sole Bay Care Fund, the practice’s registered charity. One of its first objectives is to help Southwold and the surrounding areas to become more dementia-friendly.

Primary Health Care. 28, 6, 10-11. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.6.10.s9

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