Adventure with Dementia are based in the central location of Worcestershire, enabling easy access across the Country.
Phone: 01905 900 190
Rachel: 07771 614 898
Tammy: 07737 377 457
Registered office: 21 Brewers Lane, Badsey, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 7EU
What people say about us
Knowing Rachel and Tammy as we do, we have every confidence in their passion and ability to enhance the lives of people living with dementia through their refreshing approach to dementia care. Their commitment to improving the views and approach within the care sector is exciting!
Head of Activity & Wellbeing
I have known Rachel for over 25 years in both a personal and professional capacity. Rachel’s knowledge of dementia care and her commitment to the caring profession has been vital in this specialist area. Throughout her career her dedication and passion to enhance the lives of those living with dementia has been commendable. Rachel has the ability to influence and inspire others in their approach within the care sector.
Friend and relative of a loved one with dementia
I have known and worked with Rachel for over 20 years and her passion for improving the lives of people living with dementia has been unwavering. Rachel’s knowledge and experience built up over many years of both hands on and managerial roles has provided her with a unique insight into how to support others to understand and work with people to improve their wellbeing. As dementia touches more and more of the population it is crucial that we all understand more about the disease, its effect on the daily lives of people and how to make changes for the better. I wish both Rachel and Tammy every success in their new 'Adventure'... Their passion and commitment will truly make a much needed difference.
Workforce Development Director - Prime Life Limited
I have known Tammy for the past 15 years on both a personal and professional level. Tammy’s passion and enthusiasm for making a difference to a person’s wellbeing through their journey with dementia is inspirational. Whether this be through development of staff’s knowledge and understanding, the environment that a person lives in or being the shoulder to offload to and the sense of reason that is sometimes needed when supporting a loved one. Tammy’s commitment to make a difference and push boundaries from the ‘normal’ expectations of someone living with dementia is so refreshing and exciting.
Friend and former colleague