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New Chief Executive announced for Together in Dementia Everyday

New Chief Executive announced for Together in Dementia Everyday

26 Apr 2021

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Resources for BAME carers of people with dementia

Resources for BAME carers of people with dementia

21 Apr 2021

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Delirium

tide carers helping to raise awareness of delirium

19 Apr 2021

A new leaflet aimed at families, friends, and unpaid carers about delirium has just been published.  Co-produced with tide, Alzheimer's Society and the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership Partnership the leaflet will help carers identify delirium and know how to support someone with delirium.

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tide 2021 Manifesto for the Scottish Parliament Election: Make Carers Count

16 Apr 2021

Make carers count is the overwhelming ask from the members of tide. Unpaid carers of people living with dementia require urgent action to address the many challenges they face. Unpaid carers –usually family or friends of the person with dementia - are the largest “workforce” in dementia care, saving the UK economy at least £13.9 billion a year. Without the dedication, commitment and significant sacrifice of these carers the whole care economy would simply collapse.

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update scotland

An Update from tide in Scotland

1 Apr 2021

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