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Agnes Houston shares how she initiated an art project with a local high school, filling a gap that formal services couldn’t meet.
Author/s: Agnes HoustonVol: 19, Issue: 4, pp12
Cynthia Heymanson and Jacqui Wharrad report on an enjoyable and enlightening opera about dementia.
Author/s: Cynthia Heymanson, Jacqui WharradVol: 18, Issue: 4, pp10
John Killick reports on an exciting meeting of minds
Author/s: John KillickVol: 18, Issue: 3, pp1 (15)
Hermione Wood describes the creation of a powerful, individual piece of work during her weekly art groupAuthor/s: Jane bustlesVol: 17, Issue: 6, pp1 (16)
Cynthia Heymanson explains how circle dancing, a traditional form of dance from many countries, can benefit people with dementiaAuthor/s: Cynthia HeymansonVol: 17, Issue: 1, pp1 (13)
Andrew Chapman introduces the people behind this yearâ€™s Creativity in Dementia Care CalendarAuthor/s: Andrew ChapmanVol: 16, Issue: 6, pp2 (12-13)
By Claire CraigAuthor/s: Claire CraigVol: 15, Issue: 3, pp18
The fourth in the series of occasional articles by Claire Craig focuses on ways to create striking visual effectsAuthor/s: Claire CraigVol: 14, Issue: 4, pp9
Claire Craig looks at how even short sessions of creative writing can facilitate self-expressionAuthor/s: Claire CraigVol: 13, Issue: 4, pp16
Claire Craig launches a new column exploring valuable individual arts activities that need only ‘pockets of time’ to runAuthor/s: Claire CraigVol: 13, Issue: 2, pp15