We follow a design process that ensures all of our dementia games, activities and resources are inspired by, and meet the needs of, people living with dementia, their family, carers and the networks that surround them.
I have been very impressed with the service and quality of product purchased from Active Minds, and they have provided a much needed purpose to my mother, whose many former activities have diminished as the result of her dementia.Cherry Payne, Family Member
These products provide endless stimulation and a sense of achievement for people living with dementia.Prof Hilary Dalke, Kingston University
We have used Active Minds products and found them very effective at engaging our residents living with dementia, promoting conversation and a sense of achievement. We will continue to use the products regularly as part of our activities program.Heidi Shute, Corporate Director, Medway Community Healthcare CIC
It’s creative and quality products like these that can add to an individuals day-to-day enjoyment.Sheena Wyllie, Director of Dementia Services,
Read our latest news and updates around the topic of dementia.
At Active Minds, we make puzzles especially for people living with dementia. More importantly they are designed for adults, blending age-appropriate illustrations, art, and photography with durable, easy-to-use pieces. Our puzzles come in a range of different designs, each one suited to a various stage of dementia; here’s how to choose the right puzzle for your loved one.Read more »
As dementia progresses, people living with the condition might find themselves becoming more withdrawn and less likely to want to venture from their homes. However, maintaining an ongoing routine of even gentle physical exercise is crucial to keeping up physical strength, helping to improve mood, confidence, self-esteem, and even to slow cognitive decline and improve memory skills.Read more »
When you’re caring for someone with dementia, you may notice that the games and hobbies they enjoyed before their diagnosis are no longer appropriate. If you’re struggling to find ways to keep your loved one entertained, here are some great ideas for games that are suitable for each stage of the condition.Read more »