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Age Scotland’s Early Stage Dementia Project is funded by the Life Changes Trust to support the charity in developing dementia awareness training for our staff, member groups, volunteers and partners. The Project will work to improve our information and advice resources, ensuring they are suitable for people with dementia, their carers and relatives.  We also offer early stage dementia training for workplaces. You can download an overview of the workplace training here.

We also aim to improve public knowledge on how health can have a significant impact on both preventing dementia and slowing the onset for those living with the condition.  By encouraging individuals to seek early diagnosis, promoting interventions and improving society’s perceptions, the Project Team will support older people to live well with dementia for as long as possible and to make the most of their lives. 

National Dementia Strategy - Age Scotland's Response

A representative of our Early Stage Dementia team took part in the consultation held in Edinburgh in December 2015. Download our submission here


Find out more by downloading the below factsheets.

Living with Early Stage Dementia - Living well in the present and planning for the future 

Caring for someone with Dementia - A practical guide to help you

For more information: To enquire about training opportunities or to input on what information on Early Stage Dementia you would find helpful you can contact the team on or call 0333 32 32 400