Resource: Dementia-friendly rural communities guide, Alzheimer’s Society

The Alzheimer’s Society has published a guide for rural communities to support them in becoming more dementia friendly. It includes extensive resources focused on using museums, arts and culture to support people with dementia.

The guide is designed to help groups with ideas for activities, potential contacts and support networks. Its aim is “[through] developing an understanding of dementia, rural communities can make a huge difference to people living with dementia.”

Download your copy on the Alzheimer’s Society website.

Source: Culture Health and Wellbeing Forum / London Arts in Health Forum

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