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Pioneering initiative that will model future provision of Reminiscence Arts in Care

Reminiscence Arts and Dementia – Impact on Quality of Life (RADIQL), is a three year programme created by Age Exchange. The programme aims to provide a model of excellence in the provision of person-centred creative care for older people in South London. It seeks to improve the quality of life and wellbeing for the older people who participate in the programme, specifically those with dementia.

“Children of The Great War” Theatre Production

In 2013 Age Exchange began The Children of the Great War, an HLF funded project which enabled Age Exchange to work across London on a series of open days collecting memories from children and grandchildren of people who had lived through the Great War.This material was shared in a project with University of Oxford on […]

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