Arts 4 Dementia

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Empowering people with memory loss through artistic stimulation

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  1. Arts 4 Dementia seeks new Trustees

    A4D seeks at least two new trustees to join its Board and take an active part in promoting and suppo...More

  2. A4D's Summer Fundraiser

    Join Arts 4 Dementia for a summer fundraising concert at Kings Place followed by drinks by the canal...More

  3. Upcoming Training for Arts Facilitators

    The A4D Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Facilitators, developed with Deme...More

Arts In Action

Music works its magic on A4D's amazing workshop participants living with early stage dementia. The clarinettist and...More

Arts Events

Creative Lunch

When:26 July 2016 10:45 AM Where:The Vyne Centre for the Community,, Knaphill, Surrey, GU21 2SP Description of the Event:Aimed at people with dementia and t...More

Sagacity! Festival of Older People Dancing

When:29 July 2016 12:00 AM Where:Oxford House, Derbyshire Street, London, E2 6HG Description of the Event:Green Candle Dance Company is holding their unique and inspiring dance festival for the fourth year. Sagacity! is the only festival for older dan...More

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Participants Say…

  1. Enlightening and Instructive

    David, a scientist diagnosed in 2011 with fronto-temporal dementia, and his wife found A4D projects ...More

  2. A Real Booster

    'It’s exhilarating, being reintroduced back into a creative mind frame, to meet people with th...More

  3. Poetry and Communication

    “I feel innovated. We just talked. I've never heard anything like it. It's stimulating....More

Volunteers Say…

  1. Jessica

    Jessica Broadbent, who graduated in 2012 from Kings College London, was keen to use her literature d...More

  2. Orode

    Orode Faka, a Nigerian theatre artist, volunteered at both poetry projects at Putney Library. Having...More

  3. Kerry

    Kerry Few was our first Arts 4 Dementia Champion and during her final year studying music at Ki...More

Contact Us

Arts 4 Dementia,
The Music Base,
King's Place
90 York Way
London
N1 9AG

Telephone: 020 7520 1492
Email: info@arts4dementia.org.uk

Registered Company No: 7511427
Registered Charity No: 1140842

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