Living with dementia - Keeping active and involved

Keeping active and involved is one of nine booklets that have been written for people with dementia. Find out how to download a copy or place your order by post.

When you're told you have dementia, you may feel a range of different emotions. These often include fear or loss of self-confidence as well as uncertainty about the future.

You might feel like you no longer want to go out or stay involved with the activities you usually do. However, it's important to keep enjoying the things you did before your diagnosis.

To start with, it may be hard to adjust, but you should still be able to continue doing many of the things you do now, sometimes by making small changes. Above all, keep active and try to remain positive about the future.

Our booklet has some tips on how to keep active and involved as a person with dementia. 

Living with dementia - Keeping active and involved

Get advice and tips on how to stay active and involved as a person living with dementia. View our free booklet online, or order a copy by post.

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