Young At Heart ULO CIC are happy to share that we are now delivering the Positive Approach to Care Getting To Know Dementia Community Training Programme, thanks to funding from Tees Valley Community Foundation.
This article will review the available evidence regarding the association between poor oral hygiene and the risk of developing dementia.
In this blog, we will explore how music can help people with dementia and the benefits it provides.
Starting on Sunday 5th February, Young At Heart ULO CIC will be launching our Virtual Sunday Singalong
January was a very busy start to the year and we were delighted to welcome back some pre-Covid group members to our activity groups.
This month, our Billingham group celebrated their third birthday by writing their own ‘I Am’ poem:
YAH Billingham were Balloon Modelling as part of the DZ circus skills activities, the group really engaged and enjoyed the challenge.
Monday 7th, Billingham this afternoon it was all about the money in Billingham, firstly we looked at comparing the prices of a number of items, from chocolate bars to houses, which we might of bought in the 1940’s-50’s and today.
Monday it was circus skills at Billingham, the group tried some new skills with the Bowler Hats, Diablo and spinning tops before taking part in the group activity with the Parachute.
Thursday 1st Relaxed YH session in Eaglescliffe this afternoon, its was all about the conversation over a game of Dominoes.