One mans mission to raise awareness of dementia.
Son, Carer, Campaigner.
Are you a carer?
Please watch my short film, which includes families and carers reading from the letters they sent me.
If you would like to share your story or make a persoanl pledge to make a difference please email email@example.com
Monday, 1 February 2016
New Talks Announced with Scottish Ambulance Service for February - March
I am very happy to announce we have 3 new talks confirmed with the Scottish Ambulance Service for
At the GCU academy Glasgow -
We are really looking forward to adding to the talks from last year at GCU academy Glasgow - Aberdeen and Inverness bases
We where so Inspred last year by all we met at the talks and the amazing pledge tree now at the academy and look forward to meeting more inspirational people,pledges and watching the Scottish Ambulance Service tree grow 2016
You can read more about last years talks and live web stream below
What a great end to a fantastic #DAW2015.
Big thanks to Pauline Howie CEO, Victoria Burnhan, Head of Practice Education & Development and all the team at the Scottish Ambulance Service for the invite to give a live webcast to staff across Scotland, along with an invite to speak to staff on a joint tour starting next week and for the new pledge tree to be located at the Scottish Ambulance Service Glasgow Caledonian University.
Laura and Tommy started off the joint work together today with a live webcast with Tommy speaking about our Make a Difference Campaign. The talk was introduced by Pauline to staff this morning where she announced the new tree and encouraged staff to get involved and asked them to think about the small difference they can make.
The first two talks of the tour be at the Scottish Ambulance Service Academy at Glasgow Caledonian University is 1pm on the 18th and 22nd of June. A big thanks also to Karen the academy leader, we are looking forward to working together and meeting everyone.
We shall be adding more talks, ideas and initiatives over the next weeks, so keep a look out.
Once again thank you to Pauline, Vicky, Karen and all the Scottish Ambulance Service for a great end to Dementia Awareness Week 2015 and the start of a great partnership on making a difference.