Dementia atlas published
NHS England has published a 'dementia map' highlighting the difference in care for the condition across the county.
The atlas maps five themes of care - prevention, diagnosis, support, living with dementia and end of life care - using benchmarks for each.
For example, every person living with dementia should have an annual check-up to review their care needs.
In some areas of England, such as Aylesbury and North East Lincolnshire, around 85% of patients get these face-to-face meetings.
In other areas, the figure is much lower. In Somerset, for example, the figure is 50%.
Regional variation in population density and age could explain some of the differences, but not all, say dementia charities.
To see how Oxfordshire is performing, please click this link