Why shop with us?
Thank you for visiting our new shop
All the profits generated from sales in this shop will help people living with dementia here in Scotland. The important work we do simply cannot happen without fundraised income so your purchase has helped us continue to provide support to ensure no one faces dementia alone.
With 21 Dementia Resource Centres around Scotland and a network of Dementia Advisors, we are here to help anyone who is worried about their memory, has a diagnosis of dementia, or who is supporting someone with dementia.
Our Freephone Dementia Helpline offers information, signposting and a listening ear 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - even on Christmas Day. This is all thanks to our trained team of dedicated volunteers.
Freephone - 0808 808 3000
We work nationally and locally to make sure that people who make decisions about policy, strategy, services, support and legislation see dementia as a priority and understand what is needed to ensure people are well supported.
With your help, Scotland is making a significant contribution to global dementia research. Alzheimer Scotland supports a wide range of dementia research through funding, supporting study, recruitment and helping to develop the structures that enable dementia research to flourish.
“I do not know what lockdown would have been like if it hadn’t been for Alzheimer Scotland and I can’t imagine our life without their support.
Dementia can be such a lonely illness, both for the person who has it and for their carers. I definitely have moments where I feel overwhelmed. However, what Alzheimer Scotland offers me is the feeling of not being on my own. Whether it’s the staff, volunteers or peer support, I always feel like I have someone to talk to and that’s so important in looking after my own wellbeing, which in turn makes sure I can be the very best wife, and carer, to Joe. Your donation matters. It would mean everything to us both if you were able to support Alzheimer Scotland.”
Doris Boag – Wife and carer to Joe Boag who lives with Alzheimer’s Disease