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Integration in Action – Six Themes of Integration

Area of Work: Carer Voices, Co-production, Integration support, Membership, Policy, Self Management, Self Management Network Scotland, Sensory loss, The ALLIANCE
Published: 03/12/2019

A new collection of case studies demonstrate the good practice that is taking place within health and social care integration.

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Networking with Dementia Carer Voices

Area of Work: Carer Voices, Membership, People and Networks, The ALLIANCE
Published: 12/06/2019

The Dementia Carer Voices team held a Members Networking Event on 11th June, giving members the chance to discuss what mattered to them.

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Fair Dementia Care

Area of Work: Carer Voices, Human rights, Membership, Policy, The ALLIANCE
Published: 05/06/2019

Sign up to support Alzheimer Scotland's new Fair Dementia Care campaign.

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You Can Make A Difference

Area of Work: Carer Voices, The ALLIANCE
Published: 13/05/2019

The Dementia Carer Voices project’s You Can Make A Difference campaign is coming to an end having collected 23,000 pledges.

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What does caring mean to you?

Area of Work: Carer Voices, Membership, The ALLIANCE
Published: 15/04/2019

We asked attendees at the ALLIANCE’s Concert for Caring this month what caring meant to them. Read what they told us below.

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Hampden Heroes

Area of Work: Carer Voices, The ALLIANCE
Published: 13/03/2019

Find out how you can get involved in Alzheimer Scotland's upcoming dementia friendly walking games.

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EPF Patient Advocates’ Seminar

Area of Work: Carer Voices, European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), European Patients Forum (EPF), The ALLIANCE, The European Patients' Academy (EUPATI)
Published: 26/10/2018

Our UK Lead Tommy Whitelaw represented the Dementia Carer Voices project at the event last week in Brussels

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Your Meaningful Day

Area of Work: Carer Voices
Published: 16/03/2018

Our Dementia Carer Voices team want to hear what a 'meaningful day' would look and feel like for people living with dementia.

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