Welcome to Dementia Awareness Week 2022! The week will run from Monday 30 May until Sunday 5 June with the aim of raising awareness of dementia and helping improve the lives of people with dementia, their families and carers. This year's theme is 'Let's Prevent, Care, Cure dementia together' and over the week there will be a series of events, including our Tea & Blether campaign which will run throughout both Dementia Awareness Week and June. 

Our Chief Executive, Henry Simmons has a special Dementia Awareness Week message that reflects on this year's theme. You can read this here

The purple 'Prevent, Care, Cure' boxes below will take you to more information about our work on each part of the theme. 

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Get the kettle on!

It's not too late to sign up for our Tea & Blether Campaign. Host a coffee morning this Dementia Awareness Week (or any time in June) to support people living with dementia in Scotland. Find out more and sign up here

Tea and Blether

Show us your #mugshot




We want to see you with your favourite mug. Whether it's tea, coffee or a cheeky hot chocolate, share your #mugshot and let us know what you are talking about.   

Come and join us!

Come and join us next week to support Dementia Awareness Week. Alzheimer Scotland will have an information desk, Dementia Advisors and Link Workers to answer any questions you may have about dementia. Join us at:

  • St Enoch Centre on Thursday 2 June 2022 between 10am and 4pm includes a Tea & Blether at Muffin Break
  • Braehead Shopping Centre on Friday 3 June between 10am and 4pm includes a Tea & Blether in the Atrium
  • Silverburn Shopping Centre on Saturday 4 June between 10 am and 4pm 

We will also have entertainment throughout the day at each venue from The Glasgow University Dancers, Jam Cheer Dancers, The Westerton Male Voice Choir and the Rock Choir Ayr. 

The following week Alzheimer Scotland will have an information stand in John Lewis store Glasgow . We will be available Friday 10, Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June between 10.00 and 16.00.

We will have a selection of information to take away, pin badges and our favourite knitted forget me not flowers and patterns to knit your own. 

Pop in and have a blether!

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Become a dementia friend


It's so easy to become a 'Dementia Friend'. You can do this online in three easy steps.

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