Arts 4 Dementia

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Empowering people with memory loss through artistic stimulation

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  1. Upcoming Training for Arts Facilitators 9 December 2016

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

  2. Royal Parks Half Marathon 2016

    Huge thanks to our 14 amazing runners The sun shone on London and the 2016 Royal Parks Half Maratho...More

  3. A4D and World Alzheimer's Month!

    September was World Alzheimer's Month and A4D supported this international campaign t...More

Arts In Action

This video exemplifies Arts 4 Dementia workshops to re-energise and inspire people beyond symptoms of dementia, to ...More

Arts Events

Awaken the Arts, Coventry

When:6 December 2016 11:00 AM Where:Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Jordan Well, Coventry, CV1 5QP Description of the Event:Awaken the Arts takes place on the ...More

Singing for Seniors

When:15 December 2016 02:00 PM Where:Mission Cafe Bromley, The Mall, High St, Bromley, BR1 1JQ Description of the Event:Come join us at our Christmas Sing-along 15th December 2016 from 2pm at the Mission Café in Bromley Kent Number of Participants: 40Quality o...More

Dare to Care - Introduction

When:9 December 2016 07:00 PM Where:The Millman Street Community Center, 50 Millman Street (entrance between numbers 34–36), London, WC1N 3E Description of the Event:This is a FREE workshop to introduce you to a gentler approach of care while fully integrating the Human aspect of being Human.  This workshop is...More

A Life More Ordinary: White Christmas

When:6 December 2016 02:00 PM Where:Ludlow Assembly Rooms, 1 Mill Street, Ludlow, SY8 1AZ Description of the Event:A Life More Ordinary is a selection of dementia-friendly film screenings for those living with dementia, their families, friends and carers. Exte...More

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Our latest tweetsFollow us

  • 04/12/2016 08:26 Art to meet science with play Spillikin involving a couple with Alzheimers and MD, at Greenwich Theatre in Jan 2017 https://t.co/FTd69T2Vej
  • 04/12/2016 08:23 Creativity is at the pinnacle of being human (Maslow’s hierarchy of needs) -The Arts and Advanced Dementia https://t.co/NRxg3UwCTA via @wcve
  • 01/12/2016 07:19 AUSTRALIA - Garden of Life - art classes captivate residents at Lifeview in Victoria https://t.co/6Y02D3pswR via @@talkingagedcare

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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