A National Conversation to inform a New Dementia Strategy for Scotland
A New Study Looks To An Early Diagnosis Of Alzheimer’s Disease
“Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer is a promising new method for diagnosing this disease and this important study will give us more information about its effectiveness as a diagnostic tool.” Dr Gordon Waiter, Director of the Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre at the University of Aberdeen
Take Part in a Memory Walk for Alzheimer’s Scotland
It’s Your Walk, Your Way. Scotland’s Memory Walk is the weekend of 16th -18th September.
Big Granny’s Memory Walk Update
As part of this amazing fundraiser a walk will take place today, Saturday July 2nd.
Big Granny’s Memory Walk
When ‘Big Granny’ died in April this year from cancer, her 7 year old grandson, Luke, wanted to do something in her memory and to help others.
Aerobic Exercise May Help People Living With Alzheimer’s Dementia
“Our primary finding indicates that a six-month aerobic exercise intervention significantly reduced cognitive decline in comparison to the natural course of changes for Alzheimer’s dementia. “
Karen Penny Walking the Coasts for Alzheimers Research
She plans to be in Orkney for 11th January all going well and will be celebrating the anniversary date of when she set off while she is there .
Research into Possible Link Between Diet and Alzheimers
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen’s Rowett Institute will be conducting research into possible links between diet and Alzheimers.
Does Culture and Lifestyle Affect Cognitive Reserve & Alzheimers
“This project has great potential to allow us to see how where you are born and live impacts on your brain health as you get older.”
Dignity and Pride