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Dementia is not a natural part of the ageing process. It’s caused by illnesses that affect the brain.
Symptoms and diagnosis
Every person experiences dementia differently. It all depends on how and what parts of the brain are affected.
Information noting the difference between prevalence and incidence rates of dementia in Scotland.
Driving and dementia
f you have dementia and you want to carry on driving, this information sheet will tell you what you must do to make sure you are driving legally.
Celebrating 90,000 Dementia Friends in Scotland
Alzheimer Scotland is celebrating after reaching 90,000 Dementia Friends in Scotland.
Cousins aim high for July to Do it for Dementia
Cousins from the North East of Scotland aim high for July with an ambitious fundraising challenge.
Big Blue Thank You: Alzheimer Scotland key worker Norman Williamson laces up his trainers to fundraise for TeamAlzScot
As we gear up for the Big Blue Thank You virtual movement, Norman Williamson, Dementia Advisor for Alzheimer Scotland shares his experience of fundraising and being a key worker during the pandemic.
Key worker Lindsey cycles 250 miles in memory of her beloved Nana
Lindsey Shanley, a key worker from Midlothian is cycling 250 miles in memory of her beloved Nana.