10 April, 2015

Why staying connected is so important for people with dementia.

Staying connected to friends, family and you local community is so important for people with dementia and their carers. That’s why we run dementia cafes (De […]
3 November, 2014
Sheila, Ian and Eileen cut the birthday cake

De Cafe in October

This month’s Kirkintilloch De Café was a busy one, it kicked off at 1pm with some members going on a Health Walk with Andy Lynch the […]
2 June, 2014
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Dementia Awareness Week

This week in Scotland it is Dementia Awareness Week (2nd – 8th June) As part of the Dementia Advisory Service (DAS), Karen will be on the […]
27 March, 2014

Ceartas to host Dementia Seminar

Ceartas, in partnership with the Dementia Network, will be hosting a Dementia Seminar on Monday the 7th April from 10 – 2pm in Bearsden Baptist Church. […]
19 February, 2014

Dementia Voices Group

  The purpose of the Dementia Voices Group is to give people with a diagnosis of dementia the oppertunity to discuss specific issues or concerns they may face […]
15 October, 2013
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De Café in Bishopbriggs

De Café is an informal monthly drop-in café for anyone affected by dementia – both the person with the diagnosis and their carers and family members. De […]
6 September, 2013
World Alzheimer's Month 2013

World Alzheimer’s Month Event: 18th September 2013

Ceartas Advocacy and the East Dunbartonshire Dementia Network are hosting an event to mark World Alzheimer’s Month. This free event is being held in the auditorium […]
31 May, 2013

Three De Cafes in One Week!

Ceartas are hosting three De Cafes over the coming week, our regular De Cafe is on in Kirkintilloch Baptist Church today at 1.30pm and we will […]
24 April, 2013
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Survey on housing and dementia

The CIH Scotland and the Scottish Government’s Joint Improvement Team (JIT) have just published their report on a survey conducted to find out attitudes to dementia within the housing sector for […]