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What's been happening at Alzheimer Scotland this November

In the news
TV adverts
‘I’m Still Me’ - that’s what Archie, Helen, Henry and Stewart, the faces of our winter TV campaign, are telling us this Christmas. 

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Cabinet Dementia Friends
Scottish Cabinet members took part in the dementia awareness and information session this month.

Find out how they got on

A first look
SDRC update
Professor Craig Ritchie, the new Chair of the Scottish Dementia Research Consortium (SDRC), tells us about the aims and objectives of the SDRC and invites you to join. 

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Upcoming events
Christmas lecture
Prof Frank Gunn-Moore, a leading dementia research expert, will open the annual lecture with the question; ‘Why is it that only humans get dementia?’. Time is running out to book your ticket for our annual Christmas lecture. Online ticket sales close 8 December.

Book your tickets now
In the community
A closer look
Each month we'll showcase the work of a different Alzheimer Scotland team around the country. To kick of this monthly feature we'll be looking at the team in East Dunbartonshire. 

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Therapeutic interventions 
A series of videos highlighting key examples of therapeutic activity, which growing evidence supports can be very beneficial to people with dementia.

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And finally ... challenge yourself!
Edinburgh Marathon 
For the first time in 5 years Edinburgh Marathon Festival has launched a new route with an incredible start within the heart of Edinburgh City Centre. Join the biggest gathering of #TeamAlzScot runners at the starting line.

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Kiltwalk 2018
Be a true Scot, don your kilt and join the masses at the Kiltwalk in 2018. With a variety of different walking distances, help turn Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee into a sea of tartan and take part by joining team AlzScot now.

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