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Give: Volunteering for Wellbeing Evaluation Report for the National Lottery Heritage Fund

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‘Give: Volunteering for Wellbeing’ was a mixed methods study exploring the quantitative and qualitative evidence for volunteer benefits over a 15-month study of a project to help make heritage more accessible to people experiencing health inequalities.

Published

2020

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Title

Age Friendly Museums’ Toolkit

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This Age-Friendly Standards self-assessment checklist is designed to help organisations assess and monitor their progress against the Age-Friendly Standards.

Published

2019

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Local History Cafes: An Evaluation of the Initial Programme

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An initial evaluation into a Local History Cafe programme – heritage and wellbeing get-togethers for over 50s at risk of, experiencing or looking to keep at bay, isolation and loneliness – managed by a social enterprise in partnership with museums and libraries.... Read more

Published

2019

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Around the World in 80 Creative Ageing Projects

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Report by the Baring Foundation bringing together some of the projects discovered outside the UK during its UK-based Arts and Older People programme (2010-2019) – it contains an overview of 80 Creative Ageing projects, across Europe, Asia and the anglophone world ... Read more

Published

2019

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Museums: Changing lives through art: evaluation of a partnership project May 2016-April 2019

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This report is an independent evaluation of Pathways to Wellbeing Phase 1 (2016-19), a museum-based community engagement programme, led by the Holburne Museum,Bath, with art at its heart.

Published

2019

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Not So Grim Up North

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Not So Grim Up North (2015-2018) was a research project collaboration to investigate the health and wellbeing impact of museum and gallery activities for three audience groups: people living with dementia, stroke survivors and mental health service-users (including addi... Read more

Published

2018

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Reawakening Integrated: Arts & Heritage

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Reawakening Integrated reports on the first year of a three-year academic partnership programme, based in Dorset, to integrate artistic stimulation into NHS England’s Well Pathway for Dementia. This feasibility study explores a framework to  consolidate the contribut... Read more

Published

2017

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Museums on Prescription: A guide to working with older people

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The recommendations in this guide result from the Museums on Prescription (2014 – 2017) project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and carried out by researchers at University College London and Canterbury Christ Church University. The guide covers pl... Read more

Published

2017

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Dutch old masters – and mistresses: creative ageing in the Netherlands

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An overview of participatory arts for older people in the Netherlands, with inspiring examples from across art forms.

Published

2017

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Evaluation of the House of Memories Family Carers Awareness Day

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House of Memories is a dementia awareness programme led by National Museums Liverpool designed to support carers to support family, non-professional and professional carers’ physical and mental well-being while they care for an individual.

Published

2017

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