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Third sector provision of dementia support in the community: Results of a scoping exercise of charity involvement in the UK. / Goodman, Claire; Mayrhofer , Andrea; Lafortune, Louise; Smeeton, Nigel; Littlechild, Brian; Shora , Shaheen; Bunn, Frances.

In: Voluntary Sector Review , 05.11.2021.

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title = "Third sector provision of dementia support in the community: Results of a scoping exercise of charity involvement in the UK",
abstract = "Third sector dementia support is characterised by wide variation and a heavy reliance on volunteer engagement. Whilst there is a growth in the reach and diversity of different schemes, their short-term funding results in a loss of networks, collaborations and local knowledge. This practice paper reflects on strengthening community-based dementia support and care via public and third sector partnerships. National and local data-sources could help charities and commissioners begin to identify inequalities of provision.",
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AU - Shora , Shaheen

AU - Bunn, Frances

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AB - Third sector dementia support is characterised by wide variation and a heavy reliance on volunteer engagement. Whilst there is a growth in the reach and diversity of different schemes, their short-term funding results in a loss of networks, collaborations and local knowledge. This practice paper reflects on strengthening community-based dementia support and care via public and third sector partnerships. National and local data-sources could help charities and commissioners begin to identify inequalities of provision.

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