Dementia Diagnosis Rates
Diagnosis rates in England
Find your local diagnosis rate on the online interactive map, published in the 'State of the Nation' report released by the Department of Health (November 2013).
Diagnosis rates on average in England are just 48 per cent, which despite being a two per cent increase from 2012, means there are still around 416,000 people in England who are living with dementia but who are not diagnosed.
Diagnosis rates in Wales
Download the diagnosis rates for Wales here.
Diagnosis rates in Wales are just 38.8 per cent*, which despite being a 0.3 per cent increase from 2012, means there are still around 27,868 people in Wales who are living with the dementia but who are not diagnosed.
Diagnosis rates in Northern Ireland
Download the diagnosis rates for Northern Ireland here.
Diagnosis rates for Northern Ireland are 63.2 per cent*, a 0.2% increase from 2012. However there are still around 7,148 people in Northern Ireland who are living with dementia but who are not diagnosed.
* Diagnosis rates are from the government's QOF (Qualities and Outcomes Framework) data for 2012-13, which is the number of people registered with GPs as living with dementia. Dementia prevalence rates are from the 2007 Dementia UK report.
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