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Superact Quality of Life project at Abbeyfield Care Home with musician Miranda Sykes
Free Mental Health Training (monthly talks)Monthly on Tuesdays 10:30am - 12:30am, from 28th Feb to 29th Aug 2017
Creative Inspiration Workshops by International ArtistTuesday 7th March & Tuesday 16th May 9.30am-4pm
New Exhibitions at Art at the Heart of the RUH31st March - 12th July 2017; Mon-Sun 8am-8pm
How are you healing? An exhibition about healing27th April 2017 - 8th August 2017
Running Writing Groups - online courseStarts 1st May (6 weeks)
Dance Returns The 'Joy Of Movement' To People With Parkinson's
Worldwide, there are 10 million people with Parkinson's Disease who struggle with stiff limbs, tremors and poor balance. But over the past 15 years, a few thousand have taken dance classes that are part of a dance program which began in Brooklyn and has spread throughout the country and around the world.
Impacts of music in early years
The London Early Years Music Network has published an evidence review exploring the impacts of music on young children’s physical, mental and psychological development.
The Value of Arts and Culture to People and Society - an evidence review
Health and Wellbeing is one of four key themes in Arts Council England's recently published report.
The Wellbeing Evidence Base
Alex Coulter asks whether contradictory messages on measuring wellbeing and mental health will impact on our approach to arts, health and wellbeing.
Using the evidence base for arts and health
Alex Coulter on 'Evidence for Success: The guide to getting evidence and using it'
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