My Dad's Got Dementia - Our Personal Stories
My Dad's Got Dementia - Our Personal Stories

Do you have a relative who has recently been diagnosed with a dementia? If so, you may be wondering what changes you may be facing and how your daily life will be affected. Our staff at Activities to Share have first-hand experience, here they share their personal stories for you: 

National Care Home Open Day
National Care Home Open Day

Care homes across the UK are opening their doors this Friday June 17th and Activities to Share are joining in with the fun at our local Care UK Residential Home in Faversham, Kent.

Oliver's a Winner at Alzheimer's Show!
Oliver's a Winner at Alzheimer's Show!

Our Oliver Empathy Doll was a real hit with everyone who visited us on our stand on the Alzheimer's Show 2016 Olympia on Friday and Saturday.

Oliver's Travels: Alzheimer's Show 2016
Oliver's Travels: Alzheimer's Show 2016

Yes, we’re back with Oliver, our therapy doll and all our latest products at this year’s Alzheimer’s Show 2016! The biggest and best source of practical advice, latest products, and information for anyone who has or is supporting someone with a dementia. 

Queen's 90th - Care Homes - How To Make Your Party Great

Are you a care or nursing home planning a Queen's 90th celebration party? Here is our guide to making it successful and memorable.

Meet the Team!

We know how much you love our products by the many compliments we receive every day. Now come and meet us in person and see our fantastic new range of products – there will also be a chance to pick up a copy of our new 2016/2017 catalogue.

As part of Dementia Awareness Day, we will be attending the...

Angela Rippon

Angela Rippon: Tested For Dementia

Popular TV presenter Angela Rippon has revealed that she has recently taken tests for dementia due to her worry that she will develop the disease due to her mother dying from the same in 2009 after being diagnosed only five years before. The former BBC newsreader ...


Thank you to all who entered our Win a Cushion competition. We had a huge response and after much deliberation, have chosen a worthy winner!

Casy-Jay Cobby, Activities Coordinator for Richmond Methodist Home in Bexhill-on-Sea was so complimentary about our Follow Your Nose game that we felt she tru...

Give Your Garden A Dementia Makeover


Many of us like nothing better than pottering about in the garden and now experts claim that growing flowers and vegetables really can improve quality of life and help us to live longer. Research being carried out suggests that doctors may even eventually prescribe gardening for patients to help ...

10 Helpful Activities for Older People with Alzheimer’s

Anyone who is associated with people who have a dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease will often feel more than a little at a loss at how to help them occupy their time in a meaningful way. We all know that keeping our minds and bodies active is important at any age – but particularly so in people wi...