Monthly Archives: April 2014

Online pledges of the week…

@tommyNtour @nursemaiden honouring my pledge to my friend and opening the door for others #forourmums — Kim Pennock (@KimSea2shore) April 17, 2014 Brill masterclass by @tommyNtour today. Pledging that the question ‘what can I do to help you?’ will always

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2nd Year Mental Health Students @GCU make their pledge

  On the 11th April, 2nd Year Mental Health Students at Glasgow Caledonian University came to the end of their module called Recovery and Values Based Practice. This is a module where the students further develop their skills and examine

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‘You Can Make a Difference’ @ Glasgow City Council

    We had the opportunity to visit Glasgow City Council last Thursday (April 3rd) to speak to Councillors before their full council meeting about the ‘You Can Make a Difference’ campaign and tour. Many thanks to Executive Member for

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Make a Difference tour goes to Dumfries and Galloway 8th-10th April

Dementia Carer Voices team were really privileged to tour with NHSD&G for three days across the region. It is with great thanks to Linda and Gladys for setting up the tour and for looking after us.  Together we held 10

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A busy week for Dementia Carer Voices

                                                   Hi everyone, I’m really excited about the busy week we have in store. First off,

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This week’s “You Can Make a Difference” Pledges

Many thanks to the staff of the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough for their hospitality last Friday and to everyone who took the time to leave a pledge either online, or in person at one of our events within the last

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“Maybe” Poem

An inspiring and thought-provoking poem with which to start the day, I think you’ll agree. “Maybe” – Anonymous When I wander don’t tell me to come and sit down. Wander with me. It may be because I am hungry, thirsty, need

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