News and stories from Abbeyfield. Discover the latest on age and ageing – from what's hitting the headlines, to stories from our homes and residents.
At 91-years-old, our inspirational resident Ida proves that age is no barrier to continuing to do things you enjoy.
From reducing agitation to improving social interactions, we take a look at some of the many different ways music can have a positive impact on someone living with dementia:
Sylvi developed depression when she was widowed seven years ago, and found happiness through volunteering with her local Abbeyfield.
A team of people from across Abbeyfield will be taking on the grueling African Centurion Walk, a challenge that will see them trek 100 miles in just 24 hours!
For the last 6 and a half years, residents at our Pratt House care home in Amersham have been benefitting from animal therapy, through regular visits from the adorable Doug The Therapy Pug!
Our new national project, which draws on arts and crafts to connect older people with nature, was recently launched at The Alnwick Garden!
Abbeyfield are partnering with Playlist For Life to train members of their staff as music detectives, who will put together playlists of personally meaningful music for residents who are living with dementia.