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Mytime Active

Mytime Active is a social enterprise with charitable objectives. We invest in a range of projects and services to meet the needs of our diverse local community and run preventative health services, golf and opportunities for leisure and physical activity for all ages and abilities. We believe everyone has the right to a healthy lifestyle. We have health contracts and golf courses spread across the UK but our leisure facilities are mainly based in The London Borough of Bromley where we currently offer in excess of 80 classes a week for the 60+ age group.

24 April 2017
Charity, Community organisations, Health, Hospitality, Local Authorities, Membership Organisations, Other, Recreation, Voluntary Sector
Local Alliances:
Bromley Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

Nationally, we aim to spread awareness to our members, and educate our employees  in dementia awareness.  They will have the knowledge, understanding and skills to recognise and understand the challenges faced by carers and those who have dementia.   Locally, we aim to make our sites as dementia friendly as possible and offer activities to help both carers and those they care for attend our sites.


2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

Our sites are wide spread, we aim to have several in house champions who will deliver dementia friends talks to staff and members alike.   

Our older sites are more difficult to update to make them environmentally dementia friendly but those areas that are being updated and refurbished will be done with dementia awareness in mind  and simple adjustments will be recommended. 


Member website


2. Actions

  • Our staff will be given dementia awareness training

    Several key members of staff will be trained as dementia champions and will visit our sites both locally and nationally delivering dementia friends sessions to members and customer facing staff.

     Volunteers and key staff will also have additional dementia awareness training.   

    Being implemented

    2017 - First Quarter Update

    Senior management attending dementia friends presentation

    Volunteers and key staff attending dementa awareness training offered by MIND

    Primetime manager and Primetime coordiantor attending champion training. 

  • To offer dementia friendly sessions at our sites

    Our programme of activities will be increased and Instructors will receive additional training to offer appropriate sociable and dementia friendly  active sessions.     



  • Where possible our facilities will be made more dementia friendly

    Many of our sites are being updated or refreshed.   Design consideration to signage, furniture and access will be given wherever possible  to assist those with dementia making our sites as accessible as possible.       



    2017 - First Quarter Update

    Consultation with local dementia hub

    Architects instructed and design choices are being made with colour, signage, furniture choice, flooring choices with dementia awareness in mind.