Creating a more active and fulfilled life for everyone living with dementia

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There are currently 900,000 people living with dementia in the UK, with this number estimated to increase to 1.6 million by 2040.

Dementia adventure's mission is to help people with dementia get active, embrace the outdoors and experience all the benefits nature has to offer.

How dementia adventure creates an impact

Connecting people to nature

For people living with dementia, leaving the house can be seen as difficult. Dementia adventure bridges this gap, enabling people to experience the outdoors in a relaxed and controlled environment.

Supporting carers to recharge and rest

Being a carer can be very isolating. You may have less time and energy for social activities. With dementia adventure, 82% of carers had a break from caring that wouldn't have been possible.

Helping people live more active and fulfilled lives

With dementia adventure, it meant that 78% of people living with dementia had more exercise than usual. 90% talked to people more than usual. 100% felt safe whilst on holiday.

Free training for family and friends

Dementia adventure's experienced trainers offer free online sessions. Providing practical tips when it comes to caring for someone with dementia. In 2022, they ran 41 sessions with 669 attendees.

About Dementia Adventure

Support from dementia adventure

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Training for friends and family

Free online training with practical tips and hints, to help you in your role as a carer.

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Supported adventures

Fully supported holidays for people living with dementia and their loved ones to enjoy together.

Have an adventure

Training & consultancy

Dementia adventure's qualified trainers offer a range of training and tailored support.

Team training


The benefits of nature

Research shows that meaningful outdoor activity with the natural environment can have a positive impacts on people living with dementia.

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Tips for connecting with the outdoors

If you or your loved one lives with dementia, here are some ideas on how you can connect with nature and the outdoors every day.

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Other resources

We know that being a carer isn't easy. Here are some valuable resources for friends & family of people living with dementia to help you.

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