Monthly Archives: February 2018

Improving quality of life can be a waltz!

February 15, 2018

Recent studies reveal an increasing number of health benefits from dancing – particularly for dementia sufferers.   Clifden House, a leading dementia care centre in Seaford, advocates dance as a therapy. Dance, in any form, not only requires physical movement but also involves important cognitive stimulation. The mental and physical coordination required to dance stimulates […]

Barry shares his difficult journey and together with Nial Joyce of Clifden House Dementia Care Centre, offers good advice for others who may be in a similar situation.

February 9, 2018

In 2015, Alison L at just 71 years old was diagnosed with a rare form of dementia, known as Posterior Cortical Atropy (PCA). Her husband of 47 years, Barry, who lives in Newhaven, describes the journey they have been on and the effect this has had on him.   Barry’s family first really noticed a […]