New App from NHS Ayrshire & Arran

New App from NHS Ayrshire & Arran

If you want more information about dementia, and about local services, take a look at the new app from NHS Ayrshire & Arran. To get the free app, go to the platform you usually use to get new apps, and search for “NHS Ayrshire and Arran”. Download it,...
Paths for All poster

Paths for All poster

Carl Greenwood, Senior Development Officer at Paths for All, was asked to join a conference in November – SPARC 2020, Scottish Physical Activity Research Connections. He talked about the work we collaborated on around Prestwick seafront. This poster was created...
Dementia Friendly Promenade – Julie T

Dementia Friendly Promenade – Julie T

One of our founding members and Trustee, Julie Twaddell brings a lot of lived experience to our charity. Both her mum and dad had vascular dementia, and she was an unpaid carer for several years. She is a local activist, and this seafront project is hugely important...
Dementia Friendly Promenade – Elissa

Dementia Friendly Promenade – Elissa

A two-year-long project to make the Prestwick promenade more accessible for people living with dementia has unveiled three new wind vanes to coincide with World Alzheimer’s Day on Monday 21st September. Dementia Friendly Prestwick has worked in partnership with the...
Relaxed cinema in 2020

Relaxed cinema in 2020

Our relaxed cinema afternoons have a new venue…all are welcome at St Quivox Church Hall, on the corner of St Quivox and Caerlaverock Road. We needed more space to keep the audience comfortable, and we’re delighted to report that the first cinema afternoon...