To enter a nomination, you must read the information pack and then complete the entry form.
If you are having any difficulties downloading the entry form from the website, please call 0141 410 1068 and an electronic copy can be emailed to you directly.
Entries are free.
Entry forms must be typed.
Entry forms must adhere to the 1000 maximum word count. Any words after this limit will not be read.
Do not send any supplementary information with your entry form, as it will not be considered.
You can enter the same nomination for more than one category but each entry must be specifically written for that category or it will be discredited.
The judging panel reserve the right to transfer any entry into a different category if felt appropriate.
Please send all completed entry forms via post or by email to:
- Post: 81 Oxford Street, Glasgow, G5 9EP
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry forms received after 5pm, 7 June, will not be accepted.
Scotland’s Dementia Awards provide entrants with the opportunity to share their work with others who appreciate its value and recognise its power to positively change practice and influence lives. The awards celebrate good ideas, meaningful partnership working and practice excellence. As such, they are motivational for participants and influential on the wider audience of practitioners, families and communities with an interest in dementia.
The awards are intended to recognise what can be achieved when people work together to improve the lives of people with dementia. On that basis, we are seeking entries on behalf of organisations, teams and partnerships.
Entries are invited from all communities and care sectors involved in the support of people with dementia and from those involved in the education of those communities and sectors. The initiatives presented should reflect the aims of Scotland’s National Dementia Strategy and its associated standards and frameworks -