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Are you ‘good to go’?

Are you ‘good to go’?

If you care for a person who is living with dementia, you may love the idea of an outing or day trip, but the planning involved can make it a daunting prospect.

There are huge physical, social and emotional benefits – for both of you – that come with having a change of scene.

So we’ve tapped into the expertise of our carers, and some of the relatives of our care home residents, to bring you a wealth of ideas and tips to make it easier.

Start small, build lots of flexibility into your plans, and you’ll soon discover why it’s 'good to go'.

Download our Good to go guide

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