Monthly Archives: December 2016

Stirling University Nursing Students Pledge to Make a Difference

Big thanks to Anne Taylor and Cari Malcolm for inviting Tommy back to speak to 200 Nursing students at Stirling University. Tommy had the great privilege to speak to the students last year at the University. Tommy was joined by our volunteer

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Dementia Carer Voices Annual Report

The last year has been a particularly busy time for Dementia Carer Voices, who have now engaged with over 60,000 people over the course of 500 talks. Our You Can Make a Difference campaign has now collected 11,000 pledges from

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St Giles Hospice Pledge to Make a Difference

  Massive  thanks to Theresa Barker, Head of Education and Skills, Emily, Elaine and all the team at St Giles Hospice for kindly inviting Tommy to speak at two events on dementia at the Hospice. Theresa and Tommy met when both speaking

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Our highlights this year

As 2016 comes to a close we thought we’d share some updates and highlights from the last year. Thank you to everyone for your commitment and inspirational words over the last year, pledging to make a difference to the lives

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Read our final newsletter of 2016!

Dementia Carer Voices Newsletter November/December 2016 Welcome to the latest edition of Dementia Carer Voices’ newsletter, where you can stay up to date with what the team has been up to over the last two months and find out about

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University of West of England Pledge to Make a Difference

Big thanks to Sally Hayes, Julie, Polly and Ruth for inviting Tommy to give two talks to students at the University of West of England in Bristol on 8th December. The second talk of the day was also live linked to the

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Dementia Carer Voices speaks to the nation

You may remember that Project Engagement Lead Tommy Whitelaw, from the ALLIANCE’s Dementia Carer Voices Project, had the opportunity to share his experiences of caring for his late mum Joan, who had vascular dementia on BBC Radio 4, last week.

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