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Inspiring projects

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Cultural commissioning in action, inspiring projects related to older people, for arts and cultural organisations and public service commissioners

The value of heritage encounters in social prescribing

Museums on prescription - University College London

The impact of handling and discussing museum objects on patient wellbeing

Heritage in hospitals - University College London

Arts activities can be beneficial for older people

Local authorities + older people + arts = a creative combination - Baring Foundation, 2013

An evaluation of arts and reminiscence workshops

Memories in the making: the impact of reminiscence activities on people with dementia - Jenni Waugh Consulting, 2013

The impact of arts activity in hospital settings

Arts and dementia care in acute hospitals - Arts & Health South West

Evaluation of a hospital based music project

Music and dementia - a right old song and dance - Dorset County Hospital, 2013

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