Calendars for people with dementia and our supporters for 2021

Calendars that prompt memories, raise awareness and help day-to-day life with dementia.

Memory calendar

Memory Calendar

A page-per-day calendar showing today’s date, with space for simple reminders or notes. Designed by Keith Horncastle and his late wife Val, who found it helpful in day-to-day life with dementia. The Memory Calendar is £10 from our online shop. 

Large type wall calendar

Large type wall calendar 

Easy to read and spacious, this wall calendar has plenty of room for your daily notes. The Large type wall calendar is £9.99 from our online shop. 

Illustrated calendars

Garden and countryside 

Good gardening calendar features Emma Bridgewater’s animal and plant illustrations, and you can enjoy Trevor Mitchell’s rural scenes in Countryside memories and Days gone by calendars. The Good gardening calendar is £11.99, Countryside memories calendar is £8.99 and Days gone by slim calendar is £5.99, all from our online shop. 

Album covers reimagined

Album covers reimagined 

Sydmar Lodge Care Home residents became social media stars in Robert Speker’s photos of them recreating classic album covers – you can now enjoy these year-round with the Care home album covers calendar! The Care home album covers calendar is £6.99 from our online shop. 

Shining a light on dementia

Shining a light on dementia 

Exeter Dementia Action Alliance has produced another calendar, heart-warmingly illustrated by cartoonist Tony Husband to raise a smile as well as awareness. The Shining a light on dementia calendar is £7 plus postage and packing – email [email protected] 

Daily living aids

We have a great range of products designed to help people with dementia and their carers to be more comfortable in their homes, while supporting independence and safety.

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Dementia together magazine: Dec 20/Jan 21

Dementia together magazine is for all Alzheimer’s Society supporters and anyone affected by the condition.
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Dementia together magazine is for all Alzheimer’s Society supporters and anyone affected by the condition.
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