We are happy for people to call into our offices for advice and information. We hold many of the leaflets publicised on this website and we can assist you with accessing the internet for other sources of help. If you would like to call in to visit us please telephone 0141 418 3930 to make an appointment. We are also happy to receive feedback about all our services. Please email or write to the regional office.
Alzheimer Scotland Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire Newsletter
- New resource centre for Bearsden
- Alzheimer Scotland allotment
- Singing Groups
- The Big Busk
All our services are subject to inspection by the Care Inspectorate.
Services in the North of the City of Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire
Services in the South of the City of Glasgow
Services across the City of Glasgow
- Croftspar Place – a community resource for people with dementia (8 Tenancies with on-site 24 hour care and housing support)
- Glasgow Younger Persons Support Service – a City-wide service for people under the age of 65
- Forget-me-not Project – volunteer visiting and befriending
- Volunteering Opportunities – volunteers provide information and promote awareness of dementia to the general public and those concerned about the condition
How to get to Oxford Street and Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire Regional Office
Unfortunately we cannot offer parking spaces and on-street parking is limited (meters on the street outside and around building), so we normally recommend the use of public transport. Information on public transport is available from www.travelinescotland.com.
For short visits and visiting with a person with dementia please call reception on 0141 418 3930 and we will try to accommodate you.
There is a “Park & Ride” at Shields Road (directly off the M74 at Kinning Park/Tradeston) which costs £5 for all-day parking. You can then catch the Underground to Bridge St Underground Station which is a short walk from Oxford Street.
The building is within walking distance from Queen Street, Glasgow Central and Argyle Street train stations and the pedestrian Glasgow Suspension Bridge brings you across the Clyde very close to Oxford Street.