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This very useful toolkit was written to help small museums design their own wellbeing programmes, based on a project by Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University’s Prof. Paul Camic at Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology.

The research project looked at the effects of object handling on the wellbeing people living with dementia and found positive results in the improvement of participants’ wellbeing through the stimulation of their creativity and curiosity.

Download the Toolkit at this link

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