Alzheimer Scotland (Scottish Borders)

Charity registered in Scotland SC022315

To provide support for people with dementia and their carers.


Current opportunities

Many people with dementia can often feel isolated and lonely. As a befriender, you can help to make a real difference to the lives of people living with dementia in the following ways: - Provide more opportunities for social contact and companionship - Support to develop life story book, engage reminiscence. - Support people to build relationships with others. - Motivate people to take up old hobbies and interests again, or develop new ones. - Encourage people to take part in local groups and activities. - Care home befriending with residents who have a diagnosis of dementia and do not have regular visitors. You will be matched with a person living in your area with similar interests and life experiences.

Many people with dementia can often feel isolated and lonely. As a befriender, you can help to make a real difference to the lives of people living with dementia in the following ways: - Provide more opportunities for social contact and companionship - Support to develop life story book, engage reminiscence. - Support people to build relationships with others. - Motivate people to take up old hobbies and interests again, or develop new ones. - Encourage people to take part in local groups and activities. - Care home befriending with residents who have a diagnosis of dementia and do not have regular visitors. You will be matched with a person living in your area with similar interests and life experiences.

Many people with dementia can often feel isolated and lonely. As a befriender, you can help to make a real difference to the lives of people living with dementia in the following ways: - Provide more opportunities for social contact and companionship - Support to develop life story book, engage reminiscence. - Support people to build relationships with others. - Motivate people to take up old hobbies and interests again, or develop new ones. - Encourage people to take part in local groups and activities. - Care home befriending with residents who have a diagnosis of dementia and do not have regular visitors. You will be matched with a person living in your area with similar interests and life experiences.

Many people with dementia can often feel isolated and lonely. As a befriender, you can help to make a real difference to the lives of people living with dementia in the following ways: - Provide more opportunities for social contact and companionship - Support to develop life story book, engage reminiscence. - Support people to build relationships with others. - Motivate people to take up old hobbies and interests again, or develop new ones. - Encourage people to take part in local groups and activities. - Care home befriending with residents who have a diagnosis of dementia and do not have regular visitors. You will be matched with a person living in your area with similar interests and life experiences.