Activities for Dementia
Having dementia doesn’t mean you have to stop doing the things you enjoy. There are all sorts of activities you can do – physical, mental, social and creative – that help you to live well with dementia and improve wellbeing.
Call in Time
Call in Time is a free telephone friendship service for people 60 and over. You’ll be matched up with a likeminded person who’s keen to make a new friend, and every week they’ll give you a call.
Time to Talk Befriending
Award winning intergenerational befriending. Tackling all types of loneliness through engagement, connection and friendship.
Telephone: 01273 737710
Free phone support for older people, 24 hours a day.
Telephone: 08004 708090
Impact Initiatives gives adults and older people the support they need to find employment, have their voices heard or to find a place to go for good food and company, a focus to the week and to keep happy and healthy.
Telephone: 07786 759180
Independent Age - The power of a good chat
If you feel you could do with more conversation in your life, Independent Age will connect you with a volunteer who’s good company and wants to chat.
Telephone: 0800 319 6789
Website: Receive regular phone calls
Royal Voluntary Service
The Royal Voluntary Service run clubs in local communities where older people can socialise, take part in interesting activities and enjoy something to eat and drink.