Many grateful thanks to Stornoway Rotarians for their warm welcome and attentive reception for our project presentation at lunchtime today.
I was immensely honoured to be invited to present the project to Stornoway Rotary Club today and to be treated to an excellent lunch at the Caladh Hotel. The project was very well received and the technical equipment worked together perfectly.
I found it quite incredible to look back at the past year in the project and how much has been achieved and commenced already. I’m also immensely humbled by the generous and warm reception that the project is receiving across the islands.
The entire team loves the work that we feel privileged to be doing and we are grateful for the tremendous support that the community has offered so generously and that was so abundantly echoed by the Rotary Club members at today’s meeting.
The An Lanntair team was the very first in the Western Isles to benefit from a Dementia Friends session today.
Fiona Macleod is the brand new Dementia Advisor for Alzheimer Scotland and she delivered our morning and afternoon awareness sessions with Geraldine Ditta, who flew over from Inverness (despite high winds and heavy rain) for us today.
The sessions involved a lot of myth-busting, information, discussion, practical work and plenty of tea/coffee and cake.
We learned about living well with dementia, how important community is and what we can do as a team in our work environment to support people living in our community with dementia.
Photos : Fiona Macleod & Paula Brown
Dementia Friends are offering awareness sessions at An Lanntair, in the Art Room for staff and volunteers on Weds 9th December at 11am and 2pm.
Please come along and learn what we can do as an organisation and individuals to support people living in the community with dementia.
Tea/Coffee and cake provided!