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NICE Guidance and resources on Dementia

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The link below will take you to the NICE Dementia platform that provide you with links to all topics NICE recommend as part of all care provision.  They can support delivery of mental health objectives and priorities.

NICE guidelines make evidence-based recommendations on topics ranging from preventing and managing specific conditions to planning broader services and interventions to improve the health of communities. They guide decisions about health and care by practitioners, providers, commissioners, service planners and users, and promote integrated care if appropriate.

The easiest way of finding all NICE guidance related to dementia is on the topic page on dementia. You can also use NICE Pathways, which bring together everything we’ve said on a topic in an interactive flowchart. The main NICE Pathways for this topic are:

Making decisions can be affected by things like learning disability, dementia and mental health conditions. The NICE guidance on decision-making and mental capacity and NICE Pathway decision-making and mental capacity can help staff use the Mental Capacity Act.



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