Oomph! provide exercise therapy classes for people living with dementia – using upbeat music, sensory props and reminiscence imagery to stimulate the mind, body and soul of participants. New research on the value of exercise shows that regular physical activity can help to protect the brain from cognitive impairment, whilst also allowing those with Alzheimer’s disease to better manage the behaviours linked to the condition. Oomph! have run their classes in almost 1000 care settings to date and have shown a 10% increase in self reported quality of life over 3 months of regular participation.
Find out more – www.oomph-wellness.org