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Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Organisations, London Transport Museum, 29 January

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London Transport Museum

Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Organisations at London Transport Museum

Booking and more information: arts4dementia49.eventbrite.co.uk

Summary
This early-stage dementia awareness session will be delivered for Arts 4 Dementia (A4D) by a Dementia Pathfinders trainer Aubrey Maasdorp, with arts workshop guidance from Nigel Franklin (CEO, A4D).

 

Course Duration

Full day training workshop.

 

Course Title

Arts 4 Dementia: Early-Stage Dementia Awareness Training for Arts Facilitators 

Suitable for

Arts facilitators, workshop leaders, animateurs, volunteers and postgraduate arts students. Organisational staff in areas focused on learning, access, inclusion, development, community outreach, audience development, or visitor programmes.

Aim of the Day

To give arts facilitators greater understanding, increased skills and confidence in communicating and working creatively with people experiencing the early stages of dementia and their carers. To help organisations work towards reaching new audiences, making their institutions more inclusive, and increasing their impact in the community.

Laugh, Love & Live with Dementia

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Love, Laugh & live with dementia

The Magic Mad Hat offers a monthly session, introducing you to Laugh, love & live with Dementia - a simple & effective way of combining caring for yourself with the joy of caring for others, especially for those with Dementia.

Inspired and trained by Gesundheit! (Patch Adams), Clown one Italia, Clown One Japan as well as by many Improvised comedy & Clown teachers from London and the United States, Gudrun has established a joyful way of caring interaction while rekindle and deepen you love for yourself and the people you care for.

The seminar is 3 hours long and will include three, distinctive modules:
• Enjoy and love yourself,
• How to have fun with dementia patient, where you will be able to find out how does it feel to be “blocked”
• How to deepen your connection with dementia patient.

The workshop is highly interactive and will require your involvement in games, exercises and use of simple clowning and theatrical improvisation techniques to reinforce the connection with your inner self as well as with person affected by dementia.
 

When: Friday 17th of February 2017, 7.15pm - 10.15pm

Where: The Millman Street Community Center; 50 Millman Street (entrance between numbers 34–36), London, WC1N 3EW

Entrance is only £10.00

Buy your Ticket here
 

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