Hidden Voices, Hidden Impact, Hidden Cost: Let's Talk About Dementia.

Reflecting on the devastating impact, and true experience, of coronavirus on the dementia community, this Dementia Awareness Week we will be exploring 'Hidden voices, Hidden impact, Hidden cost'.

So, let’s talk about dementia. Each day our blogs, podcasts, and articles will be uploaded at 9am so check back regularly. 


Our Forget-Me-Not Pledge

Everyone can make a difference, no matter how much or how little time you can spare. From committing to learning a little bit more about dementia, to sharing your own lived experience, every action counts. This Dementia Awareness Week, we ask you to pledge to make a difference using our Forget-Me-Not template or simply colour it in and display in your window to show your support.

Share your pledge with us on social media using #DementiaAwareness.




Make a difference in a matter of minutes...

Download Purple Alert

You can make your area safer for people with dementia by downloading Purple Alert, a community minded app for people with dementia if they are missing. 

Sign up to Join Dementia Research

Signing up is the first step to supporting vital dementia research studies across the nation. Anyone, with or without dementia can register as a volunteer in just a few minutes. 

Sign up to Brain Health Scotland course

Brain Health Scotland's mission is to inspire and empower you to protect your brain health and reduce your risk of diseases that lead to dementia. They provide you with all you need to protect your brain and understand more about this amazing part of who you are.


Sign up to our e-news

Keep up to date about our work at Alzheimer Scotland by signing up to our monthly e-news.

Share your story

Every person at Alzheimer Scotland has a story to tell. You may be living with dementia, caring for someone or have a loved one with a dementia diagnosis. Whatever your connection we would love to hear from you.

Take part in our social conversation

Be part of the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram and using #DementiaAwarness and #LetsTalk. 


Take part in our social media survey

Help us be more social! We want to make sure we offer the best content, support and information that we can across our social channels. We've created a short survey to better understand what you want to see. It will take less than 5 minutes and we'd be so grateful for your thoughts.

Dementia Friends Scotland is an Alzheimer Scotland initiative to raise awareness of dementia and reduce stigma. It’s about understanding a bit more about dementia and the small things you can do to help. You can become a dementia friend online in three easy steps.

Make a donation

We rely on your donations to make sure nobody faces dementia alone. A small amount will make a huge difference.