BBC Radio Scotland's programmes and resources exploring ways of living with Dementia.
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Panorama follows Chris's dementia story over two years.
Four years ago Malcolm Watt, aged 42, was diagnosed with a rare form of dementia.
Angela Rippon investigates the disease that took her mother's life.
RemArc is designed to help trigger memories in people with dementia using BBC archive.
Create a slideshow of photos, music and BBC programme clips for someone with dementia.
Rachel has trained to be a dementia friend - a person.
How one couple found the humour in Alzheimers.
Dennis Skinner talks to Jeremy Vine about his mother's dementia
The Alzheimer's Society is offering advice on recognising early signs of dementia.
BBC News collates stories, news reports and information on dementia.
Joan Bakewell interviews Prunella Scales and Timothy West.
Discover new approaches to dementia.
Chris's mum has dementia. She was formally diagnosed at the age of 59, when Chris was 19.
Find out how close scientists are to finding a cure.
Horizon investigates a new era of Alzheimer's research.
The Sporting Memories Network uses sporting memories to engage elderly community members.
Joan wonders how she should prepare if she receives the dementia diagnosis.
Kaye Adams and John Beattie talk to Anne MacDonald, who has a rare form of Alzheimer's.
All you need to know about volunteering for dementia
A doctor's perspective on dementia - from the inside
Watch clips from Louis Thereoux's programme on Extreme Love, Dementia
Joan Bakewell and her panel discuss the issues of treating patients with dementia.
Spending time with loved ones with dementia is important
Angela Rippon finds out whether her brain scan reveals any signs of dementia
Medical student Sophie Equi reflects on her experiences working in a dementia unit
Doctor and presenter Kevin Fong looks at the growing global problem.
How can I avoid getting dementia?
Chris Graham reveals the devastating impact of dementia on his family.