Welcome to The Life Changes Trust
The Life Changes Trust is an independent charity, established in April 2013 with a £50 million endowment from the BIG Lottery Fund (BIG) Scotland.
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LIFE CHANGES TRUST FUNDING NEWS
As part of National Care Leavers' Week, Who Cares? Scotland will be premiering two new documentaries at the Glasgow Film Theatre on Saturday 25th October, one of which features Ashley Cameron, a Trust care experienced advisor.
Read CELCIS’ comments on the proposed review of the National Care Standards
Read all about the winners of the 2014 Scotland’s Dementia Awards
The project will develop ideas that support young people who are leaving care to maintain positive, nurturing relationships with the people in their lives.
In the NewsFamily doctors in England are to be paid £55 every time they diagnose a case of dementia. NHS chiefs said the aim was to increase the number of sufferers who receive treatment while the Patients Association called it "a step too far" that would mean a "bounty on the head" of some patients.Kezia Dugdale MSP talks about looked after children in Scotland and how much more needs to be done to improve their outcomes.Nine out of 10 care homes and hospitals in England have aspects of care for people with dementia that are variable or poor, making those with the condition likely to receive substandard treatment according to the Care Quality CommissionA new mentoring project between students at the University of St Andrews and young people in care has been launched. The project, which will include University visits, online mentoring and residential revision courses, will support up to 20 local prospective students.
Acknowledgement: LCT would like to thank photographer Tony Marsh, and DSDC (Dementia Services Development Centre) for our website imagery.