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Engaging with the arts to improve health and wellbeing in social care settings

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WELSH NHS CONFEDERATION

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Welsh NHS Confederation

Publication year:

2020

This briefing, prepared for the Cross-Party Group on Arts and Health, provides innovative examples of arts-based activities which are being delivered in social care settings across Wales to improve people’s physical and mental wellbeing. They include Live Music Now which supports professional musicians to deliver evidence-based music workshops in care homes; cARTrefu, a project from Age Cymru to improve access to quality arts experiences for older people in residential care homes project; and Bangor University's Dementia and Imagination. (Edited publisher abstract)


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