Holidays: A Volunteers Story

People living with dementia can often feel that things like holidays and travel are no longer available to them, but Dementia Adventure specialise in creating small group holidays for people living with dementia, their partners, family, friends or carer to enjoy together. DA supports people living with dementia and their carers by underwriting the cost of their holidays to make them as affordable as possible. One of the ways they do this is to train and equip a team of expert volunteers. Carol Bower volunteers with Dementia Adventure (DA) on their holidays. She has been on two holiday’s so far. Here’s Carol’s story…

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Top Tips for Travelling with People with Dementia

Dementia Adventure Chief Operating Officer, Lucy Harding, recently wrote a blog for our good friends at Unforgettable, looking at her ‘Top Tips’ for travelling with people with dementia.

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Alzheimers Show 2017

We’ll be at the Alzheimer’s Show in London on 9th and 10th June. The event is designed for anyone who has been affected by dementia or alzheimer’s offering advice, information, products and services.

 

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A Volunteers Story

In May, Chair of Trustee’s for Dementia Adventure – John Barnes volunteered as a supporter on one of our holidays. As part of Volunteers Week we spoke to John about his experience on the holiday, to find out what he had to say to people considering volunteering in the future.

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Volunteers Week - Thank You!

National Volunteers’ Week happens annually at the beginning of June. It celebrates volunteers and all the wonderful things they make possible across the UK. This week seemed like the ideal opportunity for all of us at Dementia Adventure to say a huge thank you to our fantastic team of volunteers spread across the country.

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