Dementia is an illness that affects the brain, making it harder to remember things or think as clearly as before. Dementia can affect every area of human thinking, feeling and behaviour, but each person with dementia is different – how the illness affects someone depends on which area of their brain is damaged.
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Getting help from Alzheimer Scotland
Alzheimer Scotland provides a wide range of specialist services for people with dementia and their carers. They offer personalised support services, community activities, information and advice, at every stage of the dementia journey. Picture It Scotland is proud to support fundraising for Alzheimer Scotland.
2 June 2017 – International Insights, National Innovation, Local Inspiration
International insights, national innovation, local inspiration
Alzheimer Scotland’s annual conference will bring together 550 delegates at the world-class Edinburgh International Conference Centre, for an innovative programme with key international, national and Scottish speakers.
Delegates include people with dementia, carers, policy makers, national and local government staff, academics, health and care professionals, staff from Alzheimer and dementia associations, along with representatives from the pharmaceutical industry, financial, legal, property and technology sectors.
With all the wonderful opportunities to learn and share from colleagues, the conference is also a great way to add to your continuing professional development hours.