Dementia can devastate lives. For someone with the condition, as well as their family and friends, dementia means the plans you made, and the future you thought you had, will not be so.
Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity and we are working tirelessly to build a world without dementia. We provide information and support to over 100,000 people each year, fund research and seek to create lasting change for people living with dementa and those closest to them.
Dementia is now the UK’s biggest killer meaning that out cause has never been so important. It is a cause at the forefront of people’s minds and in the news.
Scarlets support Alzheimer’s Society Cymru
Parc y Scarlets is a dementia friendly stadium and we’re delighted to be in a position to support Alzheimer’s Society Cymru.
When we last welcome Ulster to Parc y Scarlets, on Friday 23rdNovember, second row Steve Cummins wore blue laces in support of the United Against Dementia campaign. The society also held a bucket collection at the game, thank you to everyone who was able to support with a donation, however big or small.
£60(in big bold blue font) Could pay for a blood test in a clinical trial, helping to find out whether existing drugs could be used to treat small vessel disease, a major cause of vascular dementia.
£100(in big bold blue font) Could pay for one of our National Dementia Helpline Advisors to provide seven hours of emotional support, advice and information to anyone concerned about their memory.
£5000(in big bold blue font) Could pay for a year’s supply of special chemicals that can help researches to modify molecules and turn them into potential new treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease.