Monthly Archives: March 2016

Bolton pledges to make a difference!

A massive thank you to Christopher Davidson Dementia Nurse Specialist at Bolton NHS Trust, and Jayne Hardicare, Senior Lecturer / Prog Lead Nursing /University of Bolton for inviting Tommy to come and speak at the University and at the Trust to staff,

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Proposals for Scotland’s Dementia Strategy now available

The Scottish Government has published its key priorities for Scotland’s third National Dementia Strategy 2016-19. This has been prepared following extensive discussion and feedback from the series of Dementia Dialogue events held across Scotland between November 2015-January 2016 and written responses.

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West Hertfordshire Hospitals pledge to make a difference!

With great thanks to Tracey Carter Chief Nurse & DIPC West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Maxine Mcvey deputy chief nurse and Rachael Corset, for the kindly inviting Tommy  to speak at the Trust’s  clinical leaders event. The day was truly inspiring

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Hairmyers Hospital create their own pledge tree!

  Big thanks to Mairi-Louise Houldsworth, STAG Local Co-ordinator from Hairmyres Hospital for kindly arranging and inviting Tommy to give 3 talks at the Hairmyers hospital on 9th March.   The day was truly inspiring and Mairi-Louise will be designing a

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Cornwall Pledges to make a difference!

Cornwall welcomed Project Engagement Lead Tommy Whitelaw to share his experiences with members of the public and to staff across all organisations on Monday 14th March at a special event held at the Innovation and Wellbeing Centre in Truro The

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Dementia Support available from Ayrshire Libraries

This week’s guest blog comes from Alison McAllister and details support available for people with dementia at Ayrshire Libraries. It’s great to read about this project and that support can be found locally throughout Ayrshire! Dementia Support available from Ayrshire Libraries

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University of Stirling looking for research participants

Dr Richard Ward, senior lecturer in Dementia Studies at the University of Stirling, is leading a research project which is looking at the experience of local neighbourhoods for people with dementia and their carers. They are looking to recruit people

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