based on various Zhuang Gengtai The author had a dream in which my grandmother with dementia could walk down a familiar street and chat with her neighbors. Even if she would repeat that she could only use fragmented sentences, and she would turn Lao Zhang into a pharaoh and talk day and night as night, everyone could still have a good conversation with her, and wouldn't think she was crazy and didn't want to talk to her. She is implicated.
I wonder if this dream can be realized in New Taipei City? "We start with listening and dialogue. This is different from traditionally when we formulate a photo background removing policy, we are used to discussing with experts and scholars and writing a white paper or an action plan. We choose to start from the bottom up and start with an open space meeting." New Taipei City Health Chen Yuze, a special member of the bureau, said so. In order to realize such a dream, New Taipei City has collected opinions and proposals from people with dementia from the Open Space Conference and Action Proposal Conference in 2016 and 2017, and has gradually promoted policies to become a dementia-friendly city.
Dementia Medical Sharing Network: From Expanding Case Discovery to Effective Referral and Diagnosis Management "Develop a system based on community referral to discover potential cases in the community, so that community medical units such as traditional Chinese medicine, Western medicine, dentists, and pharmacies can become guardian stations, know how to find cases, and further assist the diagnosis of dementia. The Zhi Mutual Care Center (hereinafter referred to as the Shared Care Center) conducts case management," said Chen Yuze. Specifically, if a person with dementia goes to a clinic that has become a guardian station because of a cold, the doctor can determine that this person needs guidance, and ma