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The Lived Experience: Urvashi & Bhupendra

Watch Urvashi explain the changes that have occurred in her and her husband Bhupendra’s life since he received his diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia (FTD). For a refresher of FTD, you …

What does the future look like?

David Cutler (The Baring Foundation) highlights some of the issues that surrounds future provision of arts services and practices for the health and wellbeing of our ageing society, which inevitably …

Public Policy: What has changed?

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 …

Reaching the dementia population in rural areas

Watch as Elly Wilson Wickenden (Deputy Director, Creative Arts East) explains how her organisation, an arts and community development charity in East Anglia, has through one of its programmes been …

The value of professional artists

Susanna Howard (Living Words) and Elly Wilson Wickenden (Creative Arts East) highlight the pivotal role that professional artists can have in arts-based practices for people living with dementia. Hear as …

How Culture Transforms Perceptions of Dementia

By Maria Pasiecznik Parsons, Chief Executive, Creative Dementia Arts Network (CDAN) Culture refers to a set of collective and shared behaviours, attitudes, beliefs, values, customs, language, and institutions of a …