Clowning and connecting: Elderflowers ten years on


Posted on January 12th, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

John Killick reflects on a return visit to watch Hearts & Minds’ Elderflowers, the groundbreaking clowning project, in action and Magdalena Schamberger shares lessons and challenges from running one of the largest and longest-running arts in health programmes in the UK

Vol 23 No 1 Pages 19-21





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