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Police are investigating "serious concerns" about substandard care given to dementia patients in Nottingham at a private care home.
Urgent inspections of Autumn Grange residential home found neglected patients causing a referral to police, the Independent reports. On Saturday, the care home owners, Sherwood Rise Ltd, announced the residence would be closed leaving social services just 48 hours to find suitable alternative accommodation for Autumn Grange residents.
Yesterday, David Cameron announced a new drive to improve early diagnosis of dementia in order to achieve better outcomes for sufferers.
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