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Sue Moffatt and her Husband Eric raise over £430 for tide

Sue Moffatt and her Husband Eric cycled over 240 miles on bike to raise over £430 for tide.

Radio Merseyside Interview

To promote national Carers Week tide’s Ruth Eley and former carer Hilary Tetlow spoke to BBC Radio Merseyside breakfast show host, Tony Snell about carers week.

Charity bike ride from London to Paris

Thank you to Sue and her husband Eric who are starting a Charity bike ride on 20th June from London to Paris to raise awareness and funds for the work of tide - together in dementia everyday and Mersey Dogs Home. We wish them the very best of luck and please follow the link to their just giving page.

Women are overwhelmingly and disproportionately disadvantaged by caring for a family member with dementia

There are approximately 700,000 unpaid carers of people living with dementia and between 60 and 70% are women. Women provide the bulk (80%) of intensive 24 hour care for people living with dementia. The government often fails to recognise that women are overwhelmingly and disproportionately disadvantaged as many have to reduce their hours or give up work altogether to take on their caring responsibilities...

Salford Carers' Event

Visit tide's Carer Engagement Lead for Salford at the Carers Event on Wednesday 14th June!

The Alzheimer’s Show for dementia help, support and advice

Come and see tide's 'open mic' session 'shining a light on carers' rights' at the Alzheimer's Show on Friday 23rd June in Manchester.

Measuring Our Success And Sharing The Learning!

As we move forward with developing tide and extending our reach across the UK, we are interested in understanding what works well, when it does work well, how we can replicate it and what needs to change and improve. This will be an ongoing process of continual improvement and learning.

Living with Dementia - Event

Hull and East Riding Carers’ Services are hosting a free event for carers at Hull City Hall on 26th April.

Made in Liverpool Interview

Jacqui Cannon, CEO of the Lewy Body Society, and Anna Gaughan, Chief Executive of Life Story Network (hosting tide), were invited to speak to Made in Liverpool TV about the links between Lewy Body dementia and Parkinson’s disease.