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The Life Changes Trust is an independent charity, established in April 2013 with a £50 million endowment from the Big Lottery Fund.
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LIFE CHANGES TRUST NEWS
SIGN UP! Alzheimer Europe has launched the 'Glasgow Declaration' campaign, which calls for the creation of a European Dementia Strategy and national strategies in every country in Europe.
In February 2015, Alzheimer Scotland – Action on Dementia is launching a Let’s Talk about Dementia campaign. The campaign aims to open up more discussion on the subject of dementia and to raise awareness of the importance of early diagnosis.
An essential resource for looked-after young people and care leavers in Scotland thinking about taking a further education course, this brings together details of the support available at the 27 colleges in Scotland that offer further education.
Individuals and organisations can now sign up to show their support for care experienced young people by becoming in official Friend of Who Cares? Scotland.
In the NewsA scheme to match dementia researchers with members of the public who are willing to take part in studies has been launched. The online and phone service in England, Scotland and Wales helps people find the projects that most suit them.Women are bearing the brunt of the dementia epidemic that is spreading through Britain. A study by Alzheimer’s Research UK reveals that the condition has not only become the leading cause of death among British women but that women are far more likely to end up as carers.Alzheimer’s Research UK, the world’s largest dedicated dementia research charity, has announced a £30m Drug Discovery Alliance, launching three flagship Drug Discovery Institutes at the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford and University College London.One of Scotland's top universities been named as a 'pioneering partner of the MCR Pathways programme, which helps provide mentors to pupils who have experience of the care system.
Acknowledgement: LCT would like to thank photographer Tony Marsh, and DSDC (Dementia Services Development Centre) for our website imagery.