If you would like to send us a pledge please do so at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosemary (@CarerWatch) February 22, 2014
— Christine Beaton (@TherealCBeaton) February 22, 2014
I pledge to help make a difference by being continuing to be involved where I can in Dementia forums – Marion Latimer
I pledge I will make a difference by trying to ensure that our services are at all times dementia friendly – John Wilson Chief Executive NHS Fife
Healthcare Improvement Scotland has made a commitment to assist and support in respect of identifying and sharing learning etc from testing/implementing the pledges.
I pledge to listen to carers and to learn from what they say, and to share what I learn to improve services. – Paul Gray, Chief Executive NHS Scotland
I pledge to prioritise the patients needs and consider the feelings of both the patient and any carer when it comes to treating someone with dementia. – Lisa
@a_carers_voice: @tommyNtour @a_carers_voice in 2010 said ‘enough, this has to change’ & pledges to continue remote rural push until it has changed.
@StudentDN: @StudentDN @tommyNtour I pledge to identify socially isolated carers before crisis arises and offer the support of the DN service
I pledge to do my best to equip students with the skills to help make a difference – Gillian Morris
I pledge to listen, spend time & ask the people whom i meet who are carers how can I help you – Claire Kelly
@docofagesSophie: @tommyNtour @Trisha_the_doc I pledge that I will continue to fight for high quality care for our older, frail pts with #dementia in hosp 🙂
@AnnaFowlieSSSC: @tommyNtour I pledge 2 make sure social service workers have skills & values 2 work with people with dementia & to take action on failure.
@_heyitsgem: @tommyNtour after hearing your story it’s made me think differently when out on placement and working with people with dementia, thank you
@PaulaEvans13: @tommyNtour you’re doing an amazing job raising awareness for #dementia. I pledge to deliver #DementiaFriends information sessions in uni
I pledge to take every opportunity to go the extra mile for my patients and their carers. Even if it’s something small I know even the little things can make a big difference to people who are in need of support. I pledge to ‘make a difference’ – Kelly Ross
I pledge to be understanding, caring and helpful , give support to patients and their families through their journey the good the bad and the difficult times – Ross Hume
I pledge I will continue to champion increased knowledge about dementia at every opportunity for the whole of my career – Sandra Shields
#HelloMyNameIs Ruth @ruthiepm
@tommyNtour I pledge to continue to raise awareness and make a difference through @DementiaFriends info sessions in my community