Purpose of the group
- To provide a forum for MSPs, stakeholders and other interested parties to engage directly in dialogue to inform policy developments which impact on the health and well-being of people with dementia, their families and carers.
- To share the knowledge, experience and expertise of members of the group by sharing evidence from a range of personal, professional and academic perspectives. For example, in relation to priorities within the Scottish Government’s National Dementia Strategy. As appropriate, the group will produce briefings to enable MSPs to highlight new and emerging issues.
Wednesday 19 February 2020 at 5.45pm. This meeting will include the AGM.
Next meeting: 27 November 2019
This meeting will be held at 5.45pm.
Non MSP Individuals
Alzheimer Scotland - secretary
National Dementia Carers Action Network
Scottish Dementia Working Group
Scottish Dementia Research Consortium
The Life Changes Trust
Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
Scottish Social Services Council
NHS Education for Scotland
Dementia Friendly East Lothian
Dementia Friendly Kirriemuir
Together in Dementia Everyday
Sporting Memories Network
Outside the Box
Voluntary Health Scotland
British Association of Music Therapy
Church of Scotland
Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
Paths for All
Home Instead Senior Care
Dementia Services Development Centre
Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland
Division of Clinical Psychology (British Psychological Society)
Royal College of Occupational Therapists
Focus on Dementia/HIS
Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care
Chartered Institute for Housing
British Deaf Association
27 November 2019
Tel: 0131 514 0006
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