"India to be one of the dementia capitals soon?", Chennai, Apr 17, 2012.
...“This will ensure that the money spent on dementia care and consultation will go up threefold,” he added. As there are almost twice the documented number of people believed to be living with dementia in India, it is imperative that the findings in this report are taken heed of by policy makers, he said."
“There are a great number of people from civil society to healthcare professionals and others who are willing to support people with dementia, but there has to be a unified national policy to bring that together,” he said, expressing a wish that schemes like the NREGS could be used to provide care-givers for people in rural areas."...