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The SDRC launched their first impact report during the Alzheimer Scotland Annual Conference.
The Alzheimer Scotland Nurse Consultant (ASDNC) group's actions for 2019-2020 have been revealed.
A dementia diagnosis can turn someone’s world upside down and it’s at this time that friendship is valued the most.
On 10 of September, Colin Thomson (42) will be raising money for Alzheimer Scotland in honour of his father-in-law, Bert, by braving the Total Warrior challenge at Balgone Estate, just outside Edinburgh.
Alzheimer Scotland is delighted to reveal Scotland’s Dementia Awards 2019 winners which showcase and recognise the inspirational projects...
We've put together some of the frequently asked questions when choosing to fundraise as part of Team AlzScot.
Developing a new model of day care for people in the advanced stage of dementia: a pilot study
Douglas Kenney has volunteered at a Football Memories group for almost 5 years now and has seen first hand the benefits that support groups like this can have. Here, he discussed what Memory Walks mean to him.
Jenn Hall, Helpline Manager, shares just one of the 8,861 calls taken over lockdown by our team of highly skilled and dedicated volunteers.This call record beautifully demonstrates the power of a simple question, and the tangible difference our volunteers can make to the lives of people who ring our helpline: