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Tide invites you to support their 1000 carers campaign

Tide invites you to support their 1000 carers campaign

Tide (Together in Dementia Everyday) has the mission to “connect, enable and mobilise carers and former carers of people with dementia to use their experience to influence change.” Carer members of the organisation have access to free online events, information and...

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Social Care Future launches new campaign

Social Care Future launches new campaign

Social Care Future believes that, “Together we can change how people think about social care, why it’s so important and how it needs to change so that everyone can look forward to an equal life.” As part of their #IWouldLoveTo campaign, they are asking the question,...

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World Alzheimer’s Month: Never too early, never too late

World Alzheimer’s Month: Never too early, never too late

This year’s Alzheimer’s Disease International campaign ‘Never too early, never too late’ focuses on risk factors and risk reduction. It highlights the importance of identifying risk factors and putting in place proactive risk reduction measures to delay the onset of...

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New range of workshop programmes from Arts 4 Dementia

New range of workshop programmes from Arts 4 Dementia

Designed for people with early-stage dementia or mild cognitive impairment, these free workshops cover a range of art activities and require no previous experience. Art at the Treehouse kicks off a 10-week programme of creative mixed media on 16th May. Workshops take...

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Music for Dementia partners with Thank You Day 2023

Music for Dementia partners with Thank You Day 2023

Over the past two years Thank You events have seen 15 million people involved in community events - saying thank you for their community, and taking the opportunity to make new local connections.  This year’s Thank You Day aims to bring the nation together to show...

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Grants offered to dementia choirs and singing groups

Grants offered to dementia choirs and singing groups

This new fund is a response to last year’s Power of Music report, which called for investment in music programmes for health and wellbeing, among other recommendations. Documentary ‘Our Dementia Choir’ also inspired the fund. Presented by Vicky McClure, whose...

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