This session is aimed at anyone with an interest in this area, working in a caring environment (such as a care home or hospital).

Come and join us at this practical workshop which will give you the opportunity to explore ways to support people to make memories and tell their story through creative activities. During this morning workshop, you will hear about the benefits of creative legacy and narrative activities and try some simple techniques which you can use in your care setting.

Cost

£50 (includes all materials)

Facilitators

Laura Neill (Creative Arts facilitator) and Dr Sally Boa (Head of Education, Research and Practice Development)

Learning Outcomes

  • Gain an insight into what narrative and creative legacy activities are and what the benefits are for different people;
  • Understand the process of working with a person to create memories, including what to consider, potential risks;
  • Participate in practical creative activities and reflect on the practicalities of this work

If you are interested in attending please contact Lindsey Manzie, Education Secretary — Tel. No. 01324 826222 or [email protected] or download an application form here