Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Make a Difference talks across Universities and Colleges – the class of 2017

As many people take their first steps into nursing and many other areas of health and social care, Dementia Carer Voices are proud to continue our relationships with universities and colleges across Scotland.  We are looking forward to meeting with the class`s of 2017 as they start their journey in to the wonderful profession of caring.
As a continuation of the last 4 years, Dementia Carer Voices will be taking our ‘Make a Difference seminars’ to many 1st year students over September, October and November.
Please see some of the dates confirmed below with more to be added over the next few weeks.
You can also view the inspiring pledges from our previous visits at the link here
September
  • 05.09.17 Educational Seminar Stirling University
  • 06.09.17 2 Educational Seminars West Lothian College
  • 15.09.17 2 Educational Seminars UWS Ayr with CNO Scotland and Shaun Maher
  • 27.09.17 Educational Seminar UWS Hamilton

October
  • 04.10.17 Educational Seminar Glasgow City College
  • 06.10.17 Educational Seminar UWS Paisley with CNO Scotland
  • 17.10.17 2 Educational Seminars Napier University
  • 17.10.17 Educational Seminar at Glasgow Caledonian University
  • 25.10.17 Educational Seminar Robert Gordon University
February
  • 21.02.18 Educational Seminar Abertay University

We have many more dates to add please follow this post for updates on our tour across universities and colleges across Scotland as we meet the class of 2017.
If you would like us to visit a university or college on any of the dates above please contact dementiacarervoices@alliance-scotland.org.uk
Team DCV 🙂
Thanks for reading my blog, You can now view my 8 short flims here! http://tommy-on-tour-2011.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/my-mums-name-was-joan-this-is-our-story.html
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