Deltaplan dementia

The Deltaplan for dementia is the Dutch national strategy to tackle and manage the growing problem of dementia. The eight year plan, deriving its name from the Dutch water works that protects a large area of land from the sea, intends to limit the consequences of the foreseen explosive rise in people with dementia. To be able to achieve these goals, funding is intended to come from both public (government and national research funds) and private sources.