Book your 2024 Dementia Adventure holiday now!
We believe that with the right support, anything is possible. That’s why we offer small-group holidays and individually-tailored breaks for people living with dementia and the people who care for them, enabling you to get away together and enjoy some time off. And our small-group holidays are now open for booking for 2024!
Holidays shouldn’t stop just because of a dementia diagnosis. In fact, we know that for people living with dementia and their carers, holidays are far more than a simple luxury — they’re an essential break that give you a chance to relax, regain your energy, and bond with one another.
Our 2024 holidays are open for booking! Book yours now using the button below.
We’ve offered supported holidays for people with dementia for well over a decade
We understand the complex and individual needs of people living with dementia, as well as how important it is for carers to get the chance to relax and focus on enjoying their time with the person they care for. On a Dementia Adventure holiday the planning is all done for you, or with you, from accommodation and travel to activities and meals. We are an extra pair of hands, eyes, and ears so that you can relax and benefit from a real break.
Our 2024 Holidays
Our small-group supported holidays are always popular and sell out fast! Enjoy five days of fun and relaxation, with other people who are living through similar experiences to you. We take care of the details so you can get the most out of our hand-picked accommodation in a variety of beautiful destinations across the UK. Our 2024 group holidays are now open for booking; why not take a look at our destination list?
Your own supported holiday! We’ll plan a holiday specific to your requirements, abilities, and preferred destinations throughout the UK. Our tailored holidays are ideal for friends, couples, or families who want to travel together.
Dean and His Family’s Story
Ever since Dean was diagnosed with vascular dementia and Alzheimer’s, he’s missed being able to go on holiday. His trip to the Isle of Wight with his daughter Alison and his two grandsons in April meant he could finally do what he loved with the people he loved again, with some help from the Dementia Adventure Support Fund.