This chapter discusses and draws the arguments of previous chapters together. It presents principles that could be used to plan and deliver services that start with the individual with dementia and their family. It determines that in order to provide a ‘good’ death for people with dementia, one needs to create a good dying that is worked out individually, within services, and collectively, within society.
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