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Public Policy: What has changed?

David Cutler (The Baring Foundation) discusses how public policy has changed over the last 20 years in the field of arts and health for wellbeing.

David Cutler, Director of The Baring Foundation, provides an overview of how public policy has changed over the last 20 years in the field of arts and health, and highlights the current position of the UK’s public agenda.

This includes insight into how public awareness around the arts for health and wellbeing has increased, even though there is still has a long way to go in terms of public and social care funding

What would be your top priorities for public policy in terms of the provision of arts engagement opportunities for those living with dementia? Do you feel that there have been any changes in recent years that have moved in the right direction? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments.

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