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Empowering people with memory loss through artistic stimulation

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A4D launches Reawakening programme in Dorset

Veronica Franklin Gould 28 January 2017
Dorset Set to Become a Leading Dementia-Friendly Arts County Read More

A4D early stage dementia training for Dorset arts and heritage organisations comes to Arts University Bournemouth on 4 March

Veronica Franklin Gould 05 January 2017
Early stage dementia awareness training day for arts and heritage organisations at Arts University Bournemouth, Saturday 4 March 2017, 10 am - 5 pm. Read More

Arts 4 Dementia seeks new Trustees

Lottie Barker 20 June 2016
A4D seeks at least two new trustees to join its Board and take an active part in promoting and supporting the charity in pursuance of its aims. Read More

Philharmonia Orchestra's Hear and Now presenting 'Lost and Found'

Lottie Barker 28 April 2016
The Philharmonia Orchestra are delighted to announce that a video podcast of Hear and Now presents ‘Lost and Found’ was launched at a special film screening presented by the Philharmonia Orchestra’s Cor Anglais player Jill Crowther for project participants at the Bedford Corn Exchange on Friday 8 April. Led by Artistic Director Tim Steiner, Hear and Now is a major intergenerational creative colla... Read More

Upcoming Training for Arts Facilitators

Lottie Barker 25 April 2016
Register now if you are an artist interested in making participatory sessions accessible for people with Early Stage Dementia. Read More

Live Music Now leads A4D Kensington music workshops from 19 April

Nigel Franklin 12 April 2016
A4D is delighted to announce that its upcoming music workshop programme at St Mary The Boltons, Kensington will be led by two talented young musicians Jessie Grimes (clarinet) and Charis Hanning (piano) of the Jacquin Trio. You can see and hear them in action here.  Jessie and Charis in working with Live Music Now combine ensemble playing with being professional workshop facilitators and animators... Read More

Living Well with Dementia Festival 2016

Lottie Barker 12 April 2016
LIVING WELL WITH DEMENTIA FESTIVAL Following the success of last year's Living With Dementia Festival, the Chichester Cultural Learning Partnership once again deliver a programme of Dementia-Friendly arts and cultural activities for everyone to enjoy. Events take place between 11 April and 29 May, including crafts, tours, and Mind, Body Sing! sessions especially designed for those living with d... Read More

1000 facebook likes!

Lottie Barker 12 April 2016
We are delighted that our Facebook page has reached over 1000 likes and that we are connecting with so many people intrested in our work. If each 'liker' gave just £2.50 we would have enough to run an additional inspirational arts programme this year.  Please consider donating now and a big thank you to our Facebook family.  The A4D Team  Read More

A4D - A national resource

Nigel Franklin 01 January 2016
A4D is a national resource for arts workshops for families affected by dementia and for related arts and dementia organisations. Email info@arts4dementia.org.uk if you would like your organisation listed Read More

A4D launches Music Reawakening report on World Alzheimer's Day

Veronica Franklin Gould 21 September 2015

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Leading figures in music and dementia celebrated the launch of A4D's Music Reawakening report on World Alzheimer's Day, at the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation at King's Place. English Touring Opera's Tim Yealland and the BUDI Orchestra showed how people with dementia can rise above their symptosm to learn new instruments and create new musical memories.

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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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