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Halt Dementia With A Cuppa
Halt Dementia With A Cuppa

It would seem that a simple cuppa really does do us more good than we thought. In February last year we told of tea helping with brittle bones but now scientists are finding that regular consumption may help to lower the risk of dementia

Football Link To Dementia
Football Link To Dementia

'Post-mortems on six players who suffered dementia found tearing to a brain membrane consistent with chronic, repetitive head impacts from playing football.'

South Gloucestershire Older People Supported To Stay At Home Longer
South Gloucestershire Older People Supported To Stay At Home Longer

Thanks to homecare provider Bluebird Care provider, older people who need around-the-clock care no longer need to leave the comfort of their own homes.

Winter Warming Tips For Seniors
Winter Warming Tips For Seniors

Brrr! Winter has spread its icy fingers around us and it’s time to dig out our winter coats and boots to brave whatever it decides to throw at us over the next few months.

Merry Christmas to all our Customers
Merry Christmas to all our Customers

We wish our customers a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

Christmas With Dementia - Coping Strategies
Christmas With Dementia - Coping Strategies

Many of us love a big family gathering at Christmas and look forward to bringing loved ones of all ages together at this special time of the year. If you are including an elderly relative with dementia, here are some helpful tips...

Seasonal Gifts With Sensory Appeal
Seasonal Gifts With Sensory Appeal

Many of us have older loved ones that we enjoy visiting at this special time of the year. It can often be difficult to know what gift to give to someone who is elderly and we often resort to the tried and trusted gloves, hankies or sweet treats

Fun Stretches for people who have had a stroke
Fun Stretches for people who have had a stroke

Here at Activities to Share, we specialise in fun ways to gently exercise – especially for anyone who has had a stroke or who is older and possibly exercising as part of a group

Fitness and Fun for Physically Disabled
Fitness and Fun for Physically Disabled

We all want to stay fit and healthy and this is especially important for anyone who has a physical disability

Learning Disabled at Increased Risk of Dementia
Learning Disabled at Increased Risk of Dementia

People living with Down’s syndrome are at a greater risk of getting the disease. Currently around 3 in 10 of people in this group will develop dementia in their 50s with statistics increasing to 5 in 10 in those over 60