Care in the autumn years

GGG in the Glasgow Evening Times

This month we had the Glasgow Evening Times in our David Cargill Day Centre in the Southside of the city. They found out about how our staff and volunteers are using music as a way of ensuring that service users with dementia can take part in activities and have an enjoyable experience when they are in the centre.


We have recently received a £5,066 boost from Foundation Scotland for a member of staff to dedicate their time towards integrating people with dementia into their programs.


Lynsey Neilson is our Dementia Champion at Glasgow’s Golden Generation. She said: “When you bring in music, it gives you a window and an opportunity to talk to older adults. There is no confusion there because they talk about the music and how it makes them feel.”


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