Dementia 2020 Challenge

Consultation has concluded

Introduction

Pat Jones-Greenhalgh National ADASS Lead for Dementia has been asked to circulate this survey to all DASS by Department of Health and Social Care, and would appreciate your assistance in completing it. Further details are below.

Overview

In 2015, we launched the Dementia 2020 Challenge. The Challenge aimed to make England, by 2020, the best country in the world for dementia care, support, research and awareness. The subsequent 2016 Implementation Plan set out a series of commitments and objectives for a range of organisations. You can read more about the Challenge here.

Since then, significant progress has been made. The Dementia Diagnosis Rate is above the Challenge’s target of 66.7%. There are more than 2.2 million Dementia Friends and 234 Dementia Friendly Communities in England and Wales, and over 875,000 NHS staff have attended dementia awareness raising sessions.

Why We Are Consulting

In the Dementia 2020 Challenge: Implementation Plan, we committed to conduct a Review during 2018 to “assess whether we have achieved the actions included in the plan. Please see links to the plan to the right of this page. It will also look ahead to the actions up to 2020 and develop more detailed delivery plans for them.” We are beginning the Review by asking for your views on what has been achieved so far and assess whether the Challenge commitments are expected to be fulfilled by 2020.The results of this stocktake will inform what we do next and establish what additional actions can be taken to ensure commitments are met by 2020 as planned.

As well as reviewing the progress of the Challenge so far, we would also like to hear what you think needs to happen beyond 2020. We will consider views on what should happen beyond 2020 later in the Review process.

We are inviting you to collaborate with members, service users and other stakeholders as you see fit to contribute to this vital piece of work.

Please take part in the survey below. The deadline for entries Thursday 26th April 2018.

If you have any queries, please contact S.Allen@bury.gov.uk

Thank you in advance for your submissions.


Introduction

Pat Jones-Greenhalgh National ADASS Lead for Dementia has been asked to circulate this survey to all DASS by Department of Health and Social Care, and would appreciate your assistance in completing it. Further details are below.

Overview

In 2015, we launched the Dementia 2020 Challenge. The Challenge aimed to make England, by 2020, the best country in the world for dementia care, support, research and awareness. The subsequent 2016 Implementation Plan set out a series of commitments and objectives for a range of organisations. You can read more about the Challenge here.

Since then, significant progress has been made. The Dementia Diagnosis Rate is above the Challenge’s target of 66.7%. There are more than 2.2 million Dementia Friends and 234 Dementia Friendly Communities in England and Wales, and over 875,000 NHS staff have attended dementia awareness raising sessions.

Why We Are Consulting

In the Dementia 2020 Challenge: Implementation Plan, we committed to conduct a Review during 2018 to “assess whether we have achieved the actions included in the plan. Please see links to the plan to the right of this page. It will also look ahead to the actions up to 2020 and develop more detailed delivery plans for them.” We are beginning the Review by asking for your views on what has been achieved so far and assess whether the Challenge commitments are expected to be fulfilled by 2020.The results of this stocktake will inform what we do next and establish what additional actions can be taken to ensure commitments are met by 2020 as planned.

As well as reviewing the progress of the Challenge so far, we would also like to hear what you think needs to happen beyond 2020. We will consider views on what should happen beyond 2020 later in the Review process.

We are inviting you to collaborate with members, service users and other stakeholders as you see fit to contribute to this vital piece of work.

Please take part in the survey below. The deadline for entries Thursday 26th April 2018.

If you have any queries, please contact S.Allen@bury.gov.uk

Thank you in advance for your submissions.


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    Dementia 2020 Challenge

    Why We Are Consulting

    Pat Jones-Greenhalgh National ADASS Lead for Dementia has been asked to circulate this survey to all DASS by Department of Health and Social Care, and would appreciate your assistance in completing it. Further details are below. 

    In the Dementia 2020 Challenge: Implementation Plan, we committed to conduct a Review during 2018  to “assess whether we have achieved the actions included in the plan. It will also look ahead to the actions up to 2020 and develop more detailed delivery plans for them.” We are beginning the Review by asking for your views on what has been achieved

    Why We Are Consulting

    Pat Jones-Greenhalgh National ADASS Lead for Dementia has been asked to circulate this survey to all DASS by Department of Health and Social Care, and would appreciate your assistance in completing it. Further details are below. 

    In the Dementia 2020 Challenge: Implementation Plan, we committed to conduct a Review during 2018  to “assess whether we have achieved the actions included in the plan. It will also look ahead to the actions up to 2020 and develop more detailed delivery plans for them.” We are beginning the Review by asking for your views on what has been achieved so far and assess whether the Challenge commitments are expected to be fulfilled by 2020.The results of this stocktake will inform what we do next and establish what additional actions can be taken to ensure commitments are met by 2020 as planned.

    We are asking for your responses to be broken into themes.You can read more about the themes, and the key commitments, in ‘Chapter 5: Delivery Priorities by Theme’ of the Implementation Plan, (link). Please complete the following questions in relation to the named theme only.

    You will have the opportunity to respond to questions relating to the other themes in the following pages. Only respond to the questions for the themes that are relevant to you/your organisation

    If you have any queries please contact S.Allen@bury.gov.uk

    Consultation has concluded