AFTER 23 million collective steps were taken by more than 3500 walkers, another record-breaking Memory Walks campaign has come to an end.
HUNDREDS of big-hearted Memory Walks supporters are turning parks across Scotland into a sea of purple this weekend.
Cartoonist Malky McCormick finds comfort in his art after losing wife just months after dementia diagnosis
DRAWING has been his life and, after a devastating diagnosis, Malky McCormick is still finding comfort in putting pen to paper.
MONTY PYTHON star Terry Jones has helped publicise the fight against dementia by joining a Memory Walk.
LISTENING to Anne Irvine talk about her mum, it’s hard to imagine two people in this world who were closer.
‘It makes me really happy when I’m here’: Where the money raised from Alzheimer Scotland Memory Walks goes
ALZHEIMER Scotland’s Glasgow Dementia Resource Centre on the corner of Bridgeton Cross supports people from across the city with the condition.
Step by step, loved ones reflect on precious times: A sea of purple for first Memory Walk of the summer
THERE were people as far as the eye could see yesterday as the first Memory Walk of the year took place in Milngavie, near Glasgow.
Daughter buys flat downstairs to be near father with dementia: ‘It’s precious time with my happy, positive dad’
FIVE years ago, with a new baby in her arms and watching her dad deal with a dementia diagnosis, Natasha Collins made a tough decision.
SUSIE MURRAY is a bubbly, cheery lady who always tries to make the best of what life has to offer.
Meet the ‘Demi Girls’, each facing up to the challenge of living with a husband who has early-onset dementia
CHATTING and smiling away, these women look like lifelong pals enjoying a catch-up.
ANGI INCH was one of Alzheimer Scotland’s original dementia advisers when the role was created in 2009.