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The Scotsman articles outlines the importance and relevance of tide's latest project

13 Dec 2019

Scotland’s Chief Medical Officer, Catherine Calderwood has written an article in The Scotsman about the everyday reality of caring for someone with dementia. In the article, she talks about the valuable work tide's new project 'Living Grief and Bereavement' does to outline the complex feelings of grief carers can experience when they care for a person with dementia.

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30 Oct 2019

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Tide member Frank Arrojo Lifetime Achievement nomination at National Dementia Care Awards 2019

8 Oct 2019

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Sad News Roy Tindall

8 Oct 2019

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We're Hiring! Admin Officer (Scotland)

25 Sep 2019

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Dementia: The Carers Experience - New Life Changes Trust Report

13 Sep 2019

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Four Exciting New Job Roles at Tide - Apply Today!

13 Sep 2019

Tide (Hosted by Life Story Network) are pleased to announce that we are recruiting for four new job roles within our organisation.  We are a collaborative, hard-working and fun team, with lots of mutual respect and support to reach organisational goals.

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Hiring: Project Manager - Law For Dementia Carers

13 Sep 2019

We are looking for an experienced project manager who will be able to proactively lead the Law for Dementia Carers project whilst establishing and cultivating relationships with key external partners and stakeholders.

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Hiring: Carer Involvement Lead Cheshire and Merseyside

27 Aug 2019

Are you passionate about carers of people with dementia having their voices heard – we are!

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Loss

22 Aug 2019

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Living Grief and Bereavement: blog

20 Aug 2019

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Hiring: Regional Manager (North of England)

20 Aug 2019

Are you passionate about carers of people with dementia having their voices heard – we are!

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Living grief and bereavement sessions: book your free place now

13 Aug 2019

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Gofalwyr fel Gweithwyr || Carers as Employees

30 Jul 2019

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Pride and Shame

14 Jun 2019

This blog was written by Beau Nieuwenhuijs on her observations after a conversation with Megan Johnson from LGBT Health and David Ward who focuses on LGBT carers on the tide network.

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Carers Week video

13 Jun 2019

At tide we believe that carers are the agents of change in their own lives, their communities and wider society. We want carers of people with dementia to realise the true value of who they are, what they do and their potential. We see a world where the human rights, voices and needs of carers are fundamental to the structure of society. We work to achieve this through our development programme, involvement network and influencing opportunities.

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Carers week videos British Deaf Association

12 Jun 2019

Our friends at the British Deaf Association have published these videos in BSL about caring for someone with dementia.

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Delivering Fair Dementia Care

7 Jun 2019

This blog was written by Beau Nieuwenhuijs in response to the Alzheimer Scotland "Delivering Fair Dementia Care" report which can be read in full here.

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You have the power, use it

5 Jun 2019

This blog was written by Jemma Galbraith, Carer Involvement Lead, Scotland

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Our recent visit to the Scottish Parliament

4 Jun 2019

We recently visited the Scottish Parliament with a group of carers to learn how to effectively engage with the Parliament. Paul from the Parliamentary Outreach service delivered an insightful and interactive session for our carers who got a lot from this. Take a look at our video and see for yourself.

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tide featured in latest Alzheimer's Disease International report

29 May 2019

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Upcoming Carer Development Programme Modules

28 May 2019

We have modules of the Carer Development Programme coming up in Scotland!

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Dementia and Palliative Care Conference

24 May 2019

This blog was written by Catherine Murnin, Carer Involvement Lead for Northern Ireland.

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Telling the truth and turning the tide

23 May 2019

This blog was written by our National Carer Involvement Lead for Wales Amy Kordiak.

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Frank Arrojo's contribution: what to expect during a stay in hospital

22 May 2019

This blog was written by long standing tide member Frank Arrojo. 

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Dementia Dekh Baal - Reflection

21 May 2019

This reflective account was written by the Dementia Dekh Baal project manager Shahid Mohammed 

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Dementia Dekh Baal Evaluation Report

21 May 2019

This is the executive summary of  Dementia Dekh Baal - supporting South Asian carers of people with dementia in Rochdale Evaluation Report written by Mohammed A Rauf from Meri Yaadin CiC. To read the full report click here.

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Reclaiming the Narrative of Carers

20 May 2019

This is a blog by Carer Involvement Lead Beau Nieuwenhuijs to celebrate carers of people with dementia and to support Dementia Action Week, Dementia Awareness Week and Carers Week. 

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Dementia Action Week 2019

20 May 2019

Reclaiming the narrative of caring

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Tide Carers taking the lead in Dementia United - Exciting New Partnership

1 Apr 2019

Since signing an historic devolution deal with the government, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care (GMHSC) Partnership taken charge of the £6bn spent on health and social care across the ten boroughs. A key part of their work is the Dementia United (DU) programme, whose mission is to make Greater Manchester the best place to live with dementia for both the person and their carers.

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Dementia Dekh Baal - capturing the voices of South Asian Dementia Carers

1 Apr 2019

‘Dementia Dekh Bhaal’ means ‘to care for dementia’ in Urdu

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Tide Welcomes Call to Action on Dementia Training

29 Mar 2019

Having staff with the appropriate knowledge and skills to deliver good dementia care is a priority.  The National Dementia ‘WE’ Statements were developed by people with dementia and their carers, including members of our tide network and one of these emphasises the need for appropriate competent staff to support both people with dementia and carers.

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The Dementia 2020 Citizens’ Engagement Panel - Survey

27 Feb 2019

This is a guest blog by Jean Tottie, Chair of tide - together in dementia everyday.

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NFWI Dementia Care in Hospitals - Response

15 Feb 2019

This week The National Federation of Women’s Institutes (NFWI) published a report in to Dementia Care in Hospitals from the Carers Perspective. This report presents the findings of the NFWI’s research into dementia care and support for carers in hospital, based on over 200 personal experiences obtained through an online survey and telephone interviews. The report covers carers’ access to the hospital ward, the involvement of carers’ in planning, quality of care provided and whether the support offered met the needs of the carers’.

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Juggling Work and Unpaid Care - Response

6 Feb 2019

This week Carers UK published the Juggling Work and Unpaid Care report. The report finds that caring, unpaid, for older and disabled relatives is "an increasing issue for our time and one that is affecting more families and friends in both the UK and throughout the world." Current census statistics suggest that around 12% of the population are caring for a relative or friend. But, people often don’t recognise what unpaid caring is, or what it entails. We know that carers can take years to identify themselves as carers, meaning that reported numbers could be lower than the reality.

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‘Presenting to Influence’ in Leominster

28 Jan 2019

Our ‘Presenting to Influence’ course, part of our Carers Development Programme, will give you the skills and confidence to tell your story about your caring experience with impact, so that others can learn from it and make positive changes.

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Value Recognition Respect

14 Jan 2019

Value Recognition Respect

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