By Press Office 29 May 2015

In support of Dementia Awareness Week: 1-7 June 2015, Professor Jan Dewing, Caroline Gibson and Amanda Stears will be hosting a coffee morning at the tea point on level 3 at QMU (near Nursing/ OT) on Tuesday 2nd June,  from 10m-11am, to talk about ways to promote a more hopeful future for people affected by dementia.

Bring a cup! – refreshments will be provided. You do not need to book.

If you have any artefacts, positive images, narratives or quotes about living with dementia please bring them along to share. You may also have a concern or a question about someone you know - information on where to go for advice will be available.

For more information, visit: http://libguides.qmu.ac.uk/nursing/dementia

It’s time to talk about dementia. That’s what Alzheimer Scotland is saying to the public, health and social care professionals, their membership and everyone involved with Alzheimer Scotland for Dementia Awareness Week. 

The charity will be continuing its successful ‘Let’s talk about dementia’ theme as their centres, services, staff, volunteers and supporters across Scotland work to raise awareness and overcome stigma through local events and activities, including QMU.

To find out what else is happening in your area, visit www.daw.dementiascotland.org or http://www.alzscot.org/news_and_community/news/3285_dementia_awareness_week_2015

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