Monthly Archives: June 2017

Dementia Carer Voices Goes to Parliament

This week Dementia Carer Voices is going to the Scottish Parliament to celebrate the over 14,000 we have received over the years on our ‘You Can Make a Difference’ campaign and have conversations about the key messages within our new

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Carers Week with Dementia Carer Voices

Another busy week for the team sees our UK Project Engagement Lead, Tommy was privileged to be invited to host and speak at the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough “Pride in Our Carers” Awards 2017 on Tuesday. Follow the Trust on Twitter for

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St Clare`s Hospice – pledge to make a difference

Special thanks to Philip Ball, Director of Patient Care for kindly inviting Tommy to speak at St Clare`s Hospice on 7 June 2017. Tommy has met a Philip a few times over the years at different events and it was great

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Now its time to act!

Following on from the #WMTY17 Day last week we have a poignant guest blog today from our colleague Marianne Brennan, Partnership and Practice Programme Development Officer, Self Management Team. Tuesday 6th June 2017 celebrates ‘what matters to you day’ which

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Award winning Arora dementia friendly community project

Kicking off a new week with a guest blog from Paula at the Arora Project.  Lets see what Paula has to tell us…. I’m Paula Brown, Project Co-ordinator for Arora, the Dementia Friendly Community at An Lanntair Arts Centre in

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#DAW2017 Western Isles Tour – Day Five

Well today is the last day of our tour of the Western Isles in partnership with NHS Western Isles. Last night I had the great pleasure to attend the 30th anniversary of the Alzheimer Scotland local services and was so

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#DAW2017 Western Isles Tour – Day Four

So I  sat down by Stornoway Harbour last night reflecting on a wonderful 3 days so far. I have witnessed Scotland at its beautiful best the scenery the backgrounds and the people. This western Isles tour has been good for

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