Entries by Vicki Rutland

tide’s Chief Executive on BBNW News

Our Chief Executive Anna Gaughan was on BBCNW news on Wed 19th February.  She was interviewed along with carers Liz and Mike Brooks who were talking about the undervaluing of carers of people with dementia and just how much one carer saves the NHS and government. The interview was part of Alzheimers’ Society campaign to […]

Living Grief and Bereavement – an introduction by Amanda McCarren

Amanda McCarren, Head of Development and Lead for Scotland and Northern Ireland, tide – Together in Dementia Everyday was invited to speak at the #NESBereavement2019 conference in Scotland. In this short film Amanda raises awareness of anticipatory grief and bereavement which family carers may experience when looking after someone with dementia before the time of […]

Law for Dementia Care Survey

Law for Dementia Carers (L4DC) is a two-year project funded by a grant from the Legal Education Foundation to tide. The project is being carried out as a pilot in Greater Manchester, supporting Dementia United’s aim “to make Greater Manchester the best place in the world for dementia care. There are many gaps in care […]

Married to Alzheimer’s – A Life Less Ordinary with Tony Booth

This is an opinion piece by Sarah Merriman (Carer Involvement Lead – England) on ‘Married to Alzheimer’s   A Life Less Ordinary with Tony Booth by Steph Booth.  This is not a book review but my recommendation to others to read it. I met Steph Booth at Daisy’s (Dementia-friendly) café in Todmorden. It turned out that she rarely […]

Carers of people with dementia given new hope as tide announces charity status

Changing lives through sharing stories is just one of the founding principles behind tide, together in dementia everyday who are delighted to have been awarded charity status. Dementia is a growing health crisis, with someone developing dementia every 3 seconds. In the UK there are 850,000 people living with dementia, supported by family or friends […]