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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
Who Cares? Scotland to host the first Care 4 Culture Café as part of this year’s Refugee Festival Scotland.
The event will be a celebration of cultural diversity, bringing together young people with a shared experience of growing up in the Scottish care system. The event will unite young people through a range of activities, stalls, food and music celebrating cultural diversity.
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.
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 NewsNew measures providing extra support and greater rights for children and young people in care have come into force. All teenagers in residential, foster and kinship care who turn 16 will now be entitled to remain in their care setting until they reach age 21, with further support for care leavers until they reach the age of 26.Patients with dementia in England are being condemned to needlessly long stays in frightening and unfamiliar hospital surroundings because of a shortage of care to help them at home, a charity has warned.Doctors will be expected to diagnose half of those patients in Wales who have dementia by next year. The Alzheimer's Society said it was "disgraceful" that 25,000 people are living with the disease without it being clinically confirmed.
Acknowledgement: LCT would like to thank photographer Tony Marsh, and DSDC (Dementia Services Development Centre) for our website imagery.