Why creativity and dementia go together


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Claire Craig and John Killick argue that impairment of intellectual capacity in dementia can lead to the exploration of new growth pathways in the brain, forcing a re-evaluation of the way a person sees the world. In this journey ‘from the mind to the heart’, creativity has a chance to re-assert itself
Author/s: Claire Craig and John Killick
Vol: 19, Issue: 6, pp20





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