Alzheimer Scotland provides services and support across Scotland to help you live as well as possible with dementia. Whether you want information and advice, personalised support services, or activities in your community, we can help.
Home Support Services (day, evening, night, weekend)
Singing Memories Group
Community Connections Project
Football Reminiscence Groups
Befriending Service: The befriending service is aimed at people who are in the early stages of dementia and/or do not receive any support from formal services. Being matched with a befriender gives people the opportunity to meet regularly with a trained volunteer in their own home, be accompanied out for a walk or to the shops or a whole range of activities agreed upon by the service.
Self Directed Support Advisor: SDS provides a range of options to allow an individual to arrange some or all of their care & support instead of receiving directly-provided services from their local authority. Our SDS Advisor offers support & assistance to people with dementia and their families to access and use SDS.
Service Manager – Gerry McCoy
Administrator - Anne Strachan
Day Care Organiser - Elaine Edgar
Practice Team Leader - Alison Hamilton
Evening Care Organiser – Hilda McCann
Support Workers - Pauline Cruikshanks, Surinder Shan, Sandra McCallum
Driver – Donald Muir
Project Worker Community Connections – Wendy Craig
Dementia Advisor – Iain Houston
Volunteer Coordinator and Self-directed Support Advisor – Elizabeth Hamilton
Fiona Dunwoodie, Service Manager
Direct line: 0141 410 5311
Memory Lane Club, 32 Riccartsbar Avenue, Paisley, PA2 6BG