Dementia Awareness Workshop

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This is our last event for the semester and it is sure to be a good one!
We are hosting a Dementia Awareness Workshop and we have a special guest speaker from Alzheimer Scotland who will be attending. This will be held in the Faculty of Health and Social Care building, room H223, from 5pm-6:30pm.


It is estimated that around 86,000 people in Scotland has Dementia with Alzheimer's being the most common (2013). The patient progressively has difficulty in making decisions, difficulty with memory, unable to recognise family and friends and problems with communication. We intend to discuss these patient safety care issues further at the workshop.

There will also be FREE PIZZA for members at this event



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