Keeping Active For All Abilities

Sprat Fishing Numbers Game

Older people can be especially vulnerable to falls and sprains, keeping bodies active can help with muscle tone and bone strength and can help improve balance and suppleness. Our range of fun activities are just the thing for all abilities and will get everyone joining in (just like our Sprat Fishing Numbers Game above).

Why not get everyone involved in a dance? Our Ballroom Dancing Music CD is organized into dance genres (foxtrot, waltz etc) and will encourage residents to 'trip the light fantastic' whilst gently exericising.

Those who prefer or unable to join in, can always shake a Cheerleader Pom Pom to help upper arm muscle tone.

  • encourages social interaction - active games encourage shared experiences and usually invoke lots of laughter - a proven stress-buster!
  • help with weight loss - our fun games promote movement and are often a first step to a healthier lifestyle. Weight gain can be linked to dementia so keeping weight to a healthy level helps keep the disease at bay
  • improve balance - regular standing and stretching helps improve muscle tone and strength

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Soft Ball Set (pack of 12 assorted)


These smiley Soft Balls are so easy to squish, they make lovely fitness accessories for building up hand and finger strength, or why not use with indoor sporting games. The spongy material means no damage done and they are easy to wash after use. The vibrant red, blue and yellow colours are easy for anyone with a sight impairment to differentiate too.


Dumbbell Set Pink 0.5kg


Help tone upper arms with this Dumbbell Set. Each weighs 0.5kg so makes a gentle weight to lift without being too strenuous for older people. The vibrant pink neoprene coating gives a soft grip and makes these fun to use - why not get a couple of sets and give one to each fitness participant to use with alternate hands. Can also be balanced on a knee or foot for toning hips, legs and feet. Fully washable and suitable for all ages.