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The national policy context 25 5 Carers (Recognition and Services) Act 1995. 6 Ministry of Social Affairs (1992) Pensions in Denmark: main features of Danish old age policy and care for the old. Ministry of Social Affairs, Copenhagen. 7 FelboO, LindahlJ, Svarre-ChristensenMetal. (l993)Denentesvilkdr:Hvadb0r der gores? En rapport omproblemer, politiske mdlswtninger og initiativerpa demensomrddet. Mdrepolitisk afdeling, Mdre Sagen, Copenhagen. 8 Lutzheft R (1996) /Eldreomrddet Forslag til failles sprog vedrorende behov og ydelser.
Furthermore, guardians have a legal responsibility towards the sufferer. Failure to carry out their duties, either wilfully or due to neglect, can result in legal action and possibly the obligation to pay compensation (this is also the case according to the Danish guardianship law). As a further safeguard, the guardianship must be terminated the moment that it is no longer necessary. In the case of dementia, this time is unlikely to come, but there is also a maximum period of five years, after which the guardianship must be renewed or cancelled.
Responsibility for the care of the elderly rests with the State and is regulated by legislation. 25 This Act granted people the right to demand help and services which, if not provided, could justify an appeal. The availability of treatment across Europe Support and assistance for carers is important in view of the fact that the vast majority of people with dementia throughout Europe are cared for at home. It is also important to bear in mind that even when legislation exists, this does not automatically mean that the person with dementia will benefit from the services or care.