A unique music and art project is hitting all the right notes by helping Fifer’s who are living with dementia.
Aged just 56, Gerry King sat alone in his home, staring at the walls, as he thought about how his world had changed.
A campaign is seeking nationwide support to help people with dementia find music related events and services in their area
Two toolkits been launched to help people from ethnic minorities access dementia support in Aberdeen.
The number of older people living with dementia hit a record high last month, new figures show.
A Fife community is bidding to become one of the first towns in the Kingdom to achieve dementia friendly status.
Kirkcaldy Galleries has broken new ground with the installation of a magic table designed specifically to help people with dementia.
A new project which aims to support people living with dementia, depression and loneliness by helping them relive memories of watching or playing sport is being launched in Fife.
A housing association in Fife is the first in Scotland to be awarded 'dementia friendly' status.
A two-day, bespoke training course designed by two senior charge nurses in Fife has won a prestigious award.
Today, ahead of the seventh World Alzheimer’s Month in September, Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) is highlighting the growing severity of global dementia crisis. Every three seconds someone around the world develops dementia.
An app that helps users improve living spaces for those with dementia and a specially designed guidance system for visually impaired athletes have won awards in an annual accessible design competition run by a Scottish housing association.
Prison officers at HMP Grampian have been given training on how to cope with people suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia.
A project which trains dogs to help families coping with dementia is hoping to find homes for two of its star pupils.
Scotland’s first ever dementia-friendly park has been launched in Stirling.