Search Begins for Scotlandâ€™s most creative dementia projects.
Scotlandâ€™s Dementia Awards celebrate and recognise projects and the people behind them who are going the extra mile ... Continue Reading →
We are welcoming applications for the next Dementia Champions professional development course.
Would you like to take part in a free five day programme delivered at the enhanced dementia ... Continue Reading →
The search for Scotlandâ€™s most innovative and ambitious dementia projects is over with six groups from across the country now crowned as winners in this yearâ€™s Scotlandâ€™s Dementia ... Continue Reading →
Scotlandâ€™s Dementia Awards, a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland, NHS Education for Scotland (NES), NHS Health Scotland and the SSSC, has announced the finalists for their annual ... Continue Reading →
Dementia Ambassadors at Four Seasons Health Careâ€™s Gowrie House care home in Kirkcaldy landed lucky with the weather for their recent fundraising afternoon.
Everyone was welcome ... Continue Reading →
Forty one staff and relatives from Balhousie Care Group raised over ÂŁ1,000 for the Resident’s Comfort Fund with a hike up Glen Clova on Saturday 4 June.
With the heat making ... Continue Reading →
30 May â€“ 5 June 2016
Get involved in Scotlandâ€™s Dementia Awareness Week.
Help Alzheimerâ€™s Scotland challenge dementia and raise awareness and funds for people living with and ... Continue Reading →
Nearly 100 of Scotlandâ€™s Dementia Ambassadors wereÂ in Edinburgh onÂ Friday 4 March to celebrate their role in leading learning for working with people living with dementia. They ... Continue Reading →
We have published a new booklet The impact of Promoting Excellence in social service settings with support from Scottish Care, the Care Inspectorate and six social care organisations.
It ... Continue Reading →
Alzheimer Scotlandâ€™s Service Manager, Marion MacInnes tells us about their plans for the people who attend the Lewis and Harris Dementia Resource Centre this Christmas.
“Every ... Continue Reading →