Exercise and Physical activities

GPS-tracking insoles for safer walking

From the Autumn 2018 issue of Care and cure magazine, learn about a trial in Dorset to test global positioning system (GPS) tracking insoles within the shoes of people with dementia.


Exercise and risk

From the summer 2018 issue of our Care and Cure magazine, find out how regular exercise could reduce dementia risk reduce dementia risk alongside physical and mental health benefits.


Physical exercise and dementia

Of all the lifestyle changes that have been studied, taking regular physical exercise appears to be one of the best things that you can do to reduce your risk of getting dementia.


Treatment for people with young-onset dementia

Dementia cannot be cured but there are treatments and support that can help someone live well with the condition. This page looks at the different types of treatments that can help someone with their symptoms. 


Who gets Alzheimer's disease?

There are more than 520,000 people in the UK with Alzheimer’s disease. Find out who is most likely to be affected by the condition. 


Keep moving

From the October / November 2017 issue of our magazine, we share some ideas to to help a person with dementia to remain physically active.