Dementia Centred

The pandemic has been a huge adjustment for everyone. For those who traditionally went into an office it was now a commute to your makeshift office in your bedroom or dining table; keyworkers run off their feet with long exhausting shifts; and for others everything stopped, their place of work was closed for the foreseeable future. Grandparents were no longer able to cuddle their grandchildren. Parents had to home school. There were no pints down the pub with friends. Even dogs had to get used to the limited one allocated exercise slot a day, with all pets suddenly a little confused as to why their people where home. All. The. Time.

A lot of people found the adjustment a struggle. And rightly so, it’s a big change to suddenly be stuck at home not able to see family or friends. It was also an isolating and anxious time which had quite an impact on a lot of people’s mental health. There was a lot of worry for people of all ages as support services were shut and...

Dementia Centred
22nd Jun 2021

In the last few weeks it has been announced that Councillors from Stirling Council have approved additional budget to make...

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11th Jun 2021
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