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Published on 15 October 2016 12:00 PM

30 September trade unionists from across Scotland gathered in Glasgow to learn how to support workers affected by dementia; directly or as carers. 
A highlight of the conference, which was organized by Age Scotland in partnership with Scottish TUC and Alzheimer Scotland, was a video of an interview with Tomo; a visitor from Japan who was living and working with dementia, undertaken by Agnes Houston; a campaigner who herself has the condition.

On 30 September trade unionists from across Scotland gathered in Glasgow to learn how to support workers affected by dementia; directly or as carers. 

A highlight of the conference, which was organized by Age Scotland in partnership with Scottish TUC and Alzheimer Scotland, was a video of an interview with Tomo; a visitor from Japan who was living and working with dementia, undertaken by Agnes Houston; a campaigner who herself has the condition.

At the conference Age Scotland launched a new free guide on Dementia and the Workplace.  While employers in Scotland are the main audience for this guide, it also proposes actions that everyone in a workplace can take to become more dementia aware, from occupational health professionals to customer facing staff.

Find out more about Age Scotland's Dementia Awareness training.

Download Dementia and the Workplace - a guide for employers in Scotland.