Red and white flowers on a windowsill in Buxton.

John Carter: Short UK Breaks and Their Unexpected Bonuses

We asked Dementia Adventure Ambassador John Carter what he thinks is the best thing about holidaying in the UK. As it turns out, our small island nation has a steadfast appeal even for the most veteran globetrotters!

Sue and Andy sat on a wall together.
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The Importance of Staying Active

Andy and Sue have always loved the outdoors. When Andy received his diagnosis, they were determined not to let it stop them from going on adventures.

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Family CarersLiving with dementia

Nature Boxes: Bringing the Outside In

When going outside becomes difficult, don’t give up on interacting with nature! Instead, bring the outside in by making a nature box.

Group photo of people in raincoats.

What is it Like to Volunteer on a Dementia Adventure Holiday?

Volunteering on a Dementia Adventure holiday can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but what exactly does it involve?

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John Carter: Holidaying in the Cotswolds

This month, Dementia Adventure Ambassador John Carter shares his childhood memories of holidaying in the Cotswolds… Life can get really gritty around this time of the year. Christmas bills come …

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Family CarersLiving with dementia

How to Look After Your Mental Health this Winter as a Carer

Winter can intensify the usual challenges of being a carer. That’s why it’s important to take care of your mood and wellbeing during the colder months. Read on for our tips for looking after your mental health this winter if you’re a carer.

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