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In line with Government advice, most groups and organisations in the city have had to take the unfortunate decision to suspend face to face and group work activities. Please telephone or email the contacts listed for the group or organisation if you are interested in their work to check what alternative arrangements might be available or to find out about alternative groups or services in your area.

An intergenerational project has been undertaken to tackle stigma and raise awareness and understanding of dementia in the local schools.

Our aim:

- Increased awareness amongst young people of dementia
- Better understanding amongst young people about how they can play an active part in creating dementia friendly communities.
- We will support the schools in developing intergenerational projects; possibly taking the form of music, singing and art.

What are we doing?

We have been asked by Balerno High School to deliver lessons that can be presented to S5 and S6 about Dementia. We aim to extend this initiative to Currie Community High School and the three local primary schools.

We are working with pupils from Currie Community High School who volunteer with the Tuesday’s Tea & Tunes café.

We are also collaborating with Nether Currie Primary School to explore ways of developing pupil’s knowledge and understanding of dementia.

Our impact

Ideal outlets for this type of project are the Palm Café in Balerno Tuesday’s Tea & Tunes in Currie and Juniper Green Lunch Club.

The project has the potential to affect the dementia awareness of a large number of pupils.

We can also offer one off information sessions to youth organisations such as Scouts, please get in touch if you are interested in discussing this.
4 - 12, 17 - 25, 13 - 16
Days and Times

South West 
Contact Details
Contact Person: Kay Latimer
Contact Telephone: 0131 449 6186
Contact Email:

This record was last modified on: 23 August 2019