Dance Fever Club

Elderly dancers enjoying line dancing

Line dancing and dementia

Line dancing has been known to improve overall physical and mental health, but it can also be beneficial for those with dementia. Line dancing has been found to be particularly helpful for people with dementia. It helps to provide structure and rhythm while allowing them to express themselves through movement. Studies have shown that line dancing can improve the quality of life for those with dementia by providing a sense of purpose and enjoyment. Additionally, it can help reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation as well as provide a way to spend quality time with family members or friends. Daniel Whittaker is the founder of Dance Fever and has been promoting dance in the local community for over 27 years, the club operates from a number of venues around Cheshire, Wirral, and North Wales. Daniel is dedicated to bringing the joy of line dancing and other forms of dance to people living with dementia loneliness, and depression.

Each dance classes provides an opportunity for people living with dementia to socialise, exercise, and have fun while doing something they love. We dance to a wide range of music and often we use nostalgic music that gets everyone singing. We are a community of dancers that truly care for each other its like an extended family, I guarantee you will make lots of new friends.

You will also find line dancing and other forms of dance will help maintain your balance, coordination, and mobility. So what you waiting for? click here and enrol in one of our dance classes, the time is now, come and have some fun. See you on the dance floor – Daniel