If you are struggling to find activities for a person with dementia, please see the below recommendations.
My House of Memories app allows you to explore objects from the past and share memories together. It can be used by anyone but has been designed for people living with dementia.
Virtual tours of the museum are divided by topic and can be accessed from the comfort of your own home.
A series of free downloadable worksheets for gardening activities.
Virtual jigsaw puzzles ranging in difficulty.
Colouring sheets that can be completed online or printed to be shared with friends and family.
A range of online trivia and games.
A range of seated exercises specifically designed for people living with dementia.
The ‘D’ Word is the UK’s only dementia based radio show where presenter Pete Hill talks to experts and people living with dementia to raise the profile of the condition that affects 50 million across the globe.
The host talks to a different guest each week about their life story.
Eight tracks, a book and a luxury: what would you take to a desert island? Guests share the soundtrack of their lives.
Take a step back in time to the golden years of Hollywood and discover forgotten or secret stories from this era.
Different religious services from a number of faiths
Free audiobooks available via streaming, USB or CD - all services are free of charge.
A website specifically designed for people living with dementia. Playlists can be made of well loved and meaningful songs.
This website is designed to use music to help people reconnect with their most powerful memories. Evidence shows that music can help people - including those living with dementia - to feel and live better. Create a playlist and take part in our survey to help us discover the nation’s favourite music memories.
Information credit to Berkshire West Integrated Care Partnership.