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Published by the UK Alzheimers’ Society, this Dementia-friendly arts guide is based on best practice examples of the work going on across the country to support people affected by dementia using arts venues.

With guidance for arts venues of all sizes, the guide allows you to pick and choose from practical guidance and create a dementia-friendly approach tailored to your organisation.

Three key areas are covered – community engagement, accessibility and programming. You’ll find signposts to key resources and publications, as well as a succinct evidence base your organisation can use to back your proposals to take on this work.

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