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Around 90,000 people in Scotland today are living with dementia and this number is forecast to increase over the next decade. Early diagnosis of the condition is crucial and can help prolong the quality of life of people with dementia.
Age Scotland’s Early Stage Dementia Project is funded by the Life Changes Trust to support the charity in raising awareness of early stage dementia and the signs and symptoms of the condition.
Through the project we will:
Why is early diagnosis important?
Information and Advice
Early Stage Dementia Awareness training for member groups
Early Stage Dementia Awareness training for workplaces
Dementia Awareness Week 2016: Reminiscence Projects
For updates on our work follow Twitter @AgeScotlandESDTeam
For more information:
If you have any questions about the project you can contact the team on ESDTeam@agescotland.org.uk or call
0333 32 32 400