Join the Creative Crunch this October
As part of The Age of Creativity and Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance ‘creative crunch’ sessions are bringing communities together to discuss topics that you are interested in.
How do people living with dementia access the creative offer right now?
About this Event
Do you remember, in the olden days, when you went to conferences and randomly met the most interesting people over lunch? We miss that kind of networking – and from the sounds of it, you do too. The Age of Creativity and Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance have teamed up to run a series of Thursday lunchtime ‘creative crunch’ sessions throughout October, starting on the 1st.
These are not seminars, they don’t have an agenda and are entirely there to support you to network with people on topics that you are interested in. These zoom events will be kicked off by a colleague working in field and then opened up for facilitated discussion. Other discussions are:
How do people living with dementia access the creative offer right now? 22nd October, 12-1pm, zoom. Book here.
How the ‘*&!£’ do we evaluate work in a crisis? 29th October, 12-1pm, zoom. Book here.
For a list of all the sessions visit – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/age-of-creativity-amp-culture-health-amp-wellbeing-31165076059
The Age of Creativity is a network of more than 1,000 professionals who all believe that creativity and culture supports older people to experience better health, wellbeing and quality of life.
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