The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care is trying to find out what people would find most useful to learn about the end of life. They are looking for people to fill in a short online survey
What would you like to know? What did you wish you’d known? They want to hear from you whether or not you’ve had experience of caring for a friend or family member towards the end of life.
The results will inform the development of a new education course for members of the public. The course will help to prepare people for what to expect when someone is approaching the end of life, how friends or family might help, where to access support, and how planning ahead can help.
We’d be grateful if you could take a few minutes to fill in the survey here: survey on public education needs.
Alzheimer Scotland, in partnership with Police Scotland and partners from across the public sector developed the Purple Alert mobile app.
Carers Week gives us a chance to let them know about the help and support that is available to them and to enable them to have a life alongside caring.
Nutrition through the Cancer Journey is a new project set up to develop an online nutrition resource for people affected by cancer and they your views.