Keeping Active groups help people to engage in a wide range of physical activities while having fun and socialising. This includes seated exercise, indoor bowling, music and dance and a range of team games.
The benefits of keeping active are well researched and shown to improve the symptoms of dementia and communication skills as well as improving cardiovascular health and flexibility. Keeping active reduces the risk of falls by improving muscle strength and balance.
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My Dementia Network shows what’s going on in your area to help you live well with dementia. It features a directory to search, review or list what activities, services and resources are available closest to you.
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