Recognition From Grangemouth Rotary Club
In November last year, I was invited to The Rotary Club of Grangemouth as a Guest Speaker, and enjoyed sharing the
It was a wonderful evening for me, because it wasn’t just about receiving a cheque, it was also about receiving recognition for the work I have been doing over the past 2 years with my campaign to raise children’s awareness of dementia. It is very hard sometimes, because so many people just don’t want to talk to children about dementia, and I get a lot of doors slammed in my face. I’m sure you will all agree that when someone gives you a bit of credit for your achievements, it makes it all worthwhile and gives you a boost to carry on. I have to say though, that no matter how many setbacks I receive, I vow to carry on with my campaign in memory of my dear Mum who had Vascular Dementia and passed away last August. Her legacy will live on in my work, and her strength and determination will live on in me.