Thousands of dementia patients are missing out on vital support they should be receiving from the NHS, a BBC Scotland investigation has found.

The scheme, which promised support for one year after diagnosis of dementia, was launched three years ago.

But the BBC found patients’ prospects of getting help varied dramatically depending on where they lived.

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