East Dunbartonshire

14 March, 2018

Neil’s Story

The people we work with and their stories are important tools for breaking down barriers and helping us drive the service forward. This is Neil’s story:
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 […]
27 November, 2014

Who are Ceartas and what do they do?

Ceartas is an independent charity funded through grant and individual donations, and as demand for our services grow we are working hard to meet the needs […]
26 November, 2014

Get Onside Course

Self Directed Support has been promoted in a ground breaking way in East Dunbartonshire. At Ceartas we have teamed up with Heartfelt, as part of the […]
20 October, 2014

Showcasing our Presentation Skills

It’s fair to say that most people dread giving a presentation, so spare a thought for Brogan and Katherine, two of our Advocacy Workers, who are […]
7 October, 2014

ABI Cafe October Meeting

Last weeks ABI Café saw another great turnout, with a new member coming along and straight away receiving the benefit of ABI Café being a route […]
6 August, 2014
Still Game Logo

Back to Business for Still Game

Still Game was very well attended with everyone raring to go after the summer break.  We were also very happy to see Pam back in a voluntary […]
30 January, 2014

Och Aye the Noo

Following on from last years hugely successful Burn’s Themed De Cafe in Kirkintilloch this month we plan to have more of the same. We have a Scottish […]
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 […]