Monthly Archives: November 2015

NELFT NHS Foundation Trust Add Personal Pledges

Last week saw Tommy speaking at NELFT NHS Foundation Trust Carers Count Conference.  Massive thanks to Stephanie Dawe, Chief Nurse and the Member Executive Team – Geraldine Rogers, Rosemary Neilson and all the team at NELFT NHS Foundation Trust for inviting Tommy to

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What a month!

  This weeks guest post comes from Gabriela and the MindMate team.  Lets see what they have been up to! What a month! It has been a crazy and exciting month for the MindMate team! A lot has happened since

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Moray College students pledge to #makeadifference

Dementia Carer Voices were delighted to be invited to speak to Health and Social Care Nursing Students at Moray College last week. Tommy popped over to speak to the students as part of our talks across the area (4 talks to

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National Conversation on a Healthier Scotland – West Lothian

The ALLIANCE would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy. This pop up café will be held in the Regal Community Theatre, Tuesday 24th November 2015, 2.00pm – 4.30pm. The

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Moray Council Pledge to Make a Difference!

With great thanks to Linda McMahon, Training Facilitator Social Work Training Team at Moray Council for kindly inviting Dementia Carer Voices to give 4 talks to 320 staff over two days who work at Moray Council Care at Home Teams. Tommy was

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National Conversation on a healthier Scotland – North Ayrshire

                The ALLIANCE and North Ayrshire Third Sector Interface would like to invite you to a Conversation Café hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy. This pop up café will be held in the Ardrossan Civic Centre,

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Can we build a dementia inclusive society? Bupa UK webinar highlights

This week’s guest blog post comes via Bupa UK, looking at the findings from their recent webinar: Building a Dementia Friendly Society. Let’s see what the Bupa UK team has to say…   How can the UK be more dementia

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