In response to public concerns ...
Alzheimer Scotland has become aware of increasing public concern in relation to charity collections taking place across Scotland for Alzheimer’s disease.
The Fabulous Fringe Festival
It's that time of year again when Edinburgh really comes to life with the arrival of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Check out some of the shows this year with a dementia theme.
The Third National Dementia Strategy – What does it mean for Scotland?
Last month, the Scottish Government published Scotland’s third National Dementia Strategy 2017-2020, which contained 21 ‘commitments’ to improve the lives of people with dementia, their families and carers. Many of these commitments propose putting into p
Proud to be at Pride
As an out and proud lesbian, I often consider how lucky I am to be living in a time where the fight for LGBT equality in Scotland has resulted in significant legislative change that means I can now marry the woman I love;
The winning handbook announced
Alzheimer Scotland has again teamed up with Dr Maggie Ellis of the University of St Andrews to sponsor the ‘The Edie Adams Prize for Excellence in Dementia Information and Support Literature’. Dr Ellis runs a Senior Honours module in the ‘Psychology of De
The big Iceland bucket collection
Can you spare two hours to help us challenge dementia? This August, Alzheimer Scotland will be taking over all 70 Iceland stores across Scotland to celebrate Iceland’s annual charity week.