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A report on recent Cuimhne training workshops.
Our Cuimhne coordinator looks at a useful new report from Policy Connect & the APPG on Carbon Monoxide
It can be both tough and fulfilling to be a carer writes out Cuimhne coordinator
Forgetting things should not just be put down to older age.
How to support people ahead of the government emergency alert.
Our team was kindly invited by the London Irish Centre to Camden Square to see Blood Red Lines presented by ART27 Scotland in association with Our
The start of the lunar new year this week is being celebrated by East Asian communities across the globe, including amongst Chinese, Taiwanese and
Many people have heard of St Patrick's Day which is celebrated every March. Fewer people outside of the Irish community have heard of St Brigid's Day.
Some thoughts on what heritage we treasure and the power of reminiscence.
Lots of advice on making or updating your will.
An important new report from Carers UK.
There are many scam messages circulating these days on email and by mobile phone text message, what should you do?
Our Cuimhne team caught the play Careless at The Hen and Chickens Theatre in Highbury recently.
This is a week where we can all focus our efforts in raising awareness of caring and make more visible to everyone the vital role carers play in our
It is estimated that a third of us will struggle with sleeping at some time in our lives.
One of our Cuimhne tips for brain health is to engage in activities that help keep your brain active!
We often take our health and our bodies for granted. This seems especially so with brain health, perhaps because our brains are parts of our body
Every May, individuals, families and organisations big and small mark Dementia Action Week.
Some tips from our Cuimhne team on running a community or a multigenerational family craft activity in a way that is inclusive for people living with
We are gathering suggestions of good books that may help open up conversations in the community about dementia.