Monthly Archives: September 2015

Sunshine House Wigan & National Bereavement Conference make their pledges

Last week Tommy was back to speak at Sunshine House, Wigan.  You can read the pledges from our previous visit HERE  . He then headed off to speak at the National Bereavement Conference in Bolton Wanderers Football Ground. It was a busy

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Day 2 of UWS Tour, Ayr

Hi everyone, Last week saw the team back in sunny Ayr on Friday 18th September, were Tommy shared his caring experience, the project and the new pledge cards with Student Nurses of University of the West of Scotland Ayr Campus. Big thanks

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Tommy Whitelaw on Scotland Tonight

Last night, our very own Tommy Whitelaw was on Scotland Tonight to mark World Alzheimer’s Day, and was joined by Professor June Andrews, Director of the Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) at the University of Stirling. They were discussing the findings of

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Day 1 of UWS Tour, Paisley

Thursday 17th September saw Tommy Whitelaw visit University of the West of Scotland as part of a 4 day tour around all university campuses.  The first one took place in Paisley, were 86 students made a pledge, to make a difference.

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A Scottish Ecosystem for Innovation: Dementia Technology and Services

A Scottish Ecosystem for Innovation: Dementia Technology and Services Wednesday, 14th October 2015 (Morning and Afternoon Sessions Available) Venue: Citizen M, Glasgow The Scottish Ecosystem, formed by Digital Health & Care Institute, The Alliance, Joint Improvement Team, eHealth, NHS, NHS24

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University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Making a Difference

A massive thank you to Dianne Smith – Dementia Matron, Sue Smith – Executive Chief Nurse, Barry Rigg – Community Engagement Manager, Alison Scott – Better Care Together Matron and Martin Brooks – Communications Officer at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS

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National Conversation on new benefits for carers

The Scottish Government wants to hear from people across the country as part of a national conversation on what would create a fairer Scotland. The conversation includes a wide range of issues including social security and health and social care,

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