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Aiding life as ‘full citizens in society’

Thomas Baldwin reports on a Glasgow church which has signed up to a powerful charter to help people living with dementia.

A GLASGOW parish church is believed to be the first faith-based organisation to formally sign up to the aims, values and principles of the Technology Charter for People Living with Dementia in Scotland. Thornliebank Parish Church, in the south west of the city, decided to take the step after becoming aware of many people in the parish who struggle with findependent living, and the lack of any Citizens’ Advice Bureau or any other advice or advocacy service nearby.

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