DICE Project

The goal of the Dementia-Inclusive Choices for Exercise (DICE) project is to support the design, content and delivery of exercise programs so that they meet the needs and preferences of persons living with dementia and their care partners.

DICE Project

The DICE project brings together 22 people and 10 organizations to improve the number, quality and variety of physical activity opportunities available to people living with dementia.

For People Living with Dementia

These tools and resources will help you to increase your knowledge and confidence regarding exercise.


For Exercise Providers

A training module, tools and resources for exercise providers, sport coaches or recreational leaders will help you to support people living with dementia in physical activity, and extend your learning.

Project Overview

The Dementia-Inclusive Choices for Exercise (DICE) team was assembled in 2016. We have developed evidence-based resources to improve the number and quality of physical activity opportunities available to people living with dementia. These include a training module that prepares exercise providers (as well as recreational leaders and sport coaches) with knowledge and skills necessary to engage with, accommodate the needs of, and guide physical activity among people with dementia and mild cognitive impairment (MCI).

Vision

To improve the number, quality, and variety of physical activity opportunities available to people living with dementia. Physical activity can improve the physical, mental, and social well-being of people living with dementia and MCI.

Goal

To support the design, content and delivery of physical activity programs so that they meet the needs and preferences of persons living with dementia and their care partners.

News

DICE At-Home Resource released!

To support people living with dementia and their family members, we have developed a resource to support exercise at-home. Find the resource here.

Our work featured!

The DICE team was featured in the Globe and Mail. Team members Carole Johannesson, Bill Heibein, Lauren Bechard, and Laura Middleton were interviewed for the article. Read the article here.

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