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Inspiring ways of being

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PhD researcher Emma Harding introduces her social science work which involves observing people living with PCA in their own homes.

This step demonstrates how the arts and creative problem-finding solutions penetrate the lives of people living with a dementia in the day-to-day settings of their own homes, often serving as a means of connecting with a wide range of human emotions. This is often the case even if people don’t consider themselves to be creative or having a connection with the arts.

CREDITS We would like to thank the individuals affected by dementia and the Dementia Research Centre for providing supplementary footage for this video.
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Dementia and the Arts: Sharing Practice, Developing Understanding and Enhancing Lives

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