Community Integrated Care to host Creativity and Culture event at the Tate Liverpool
Community Integrated Care is proud to have many thriving examples of utilising arts, sports and community engagement to promote the health and happiness of people living with dementia. On Tuesday 20th November, we are hosting “Creativity and Culture in Dementia Care” at the Tate Liverpool.
At this special event, you will hear from Outstanding members of our team, see world-class examples of embedding arts and reminiscence in dementia care, and hear from leading figures in the sports community sector.
The event runs from 10:00am – 4.30pm, with workshops and talks taking place throughout the day. You are welcome to drop by the event at any time, for as long as you wish, with a promise that whatever time you arrive you will enjoy informative and inspirational talks!
This event is part of “The Art of Social Mobility Week”, curated by Open Eye Gallery.
Our Contributors include:
- Age-Exchange: The national pioneers of arts and reminiscence practice in dementia care, who have recently joined the Community Integrated Care family, will be sharing practical advice on promoting arts and volunteering in care.
- Widnes Vikings: Widnes Vikings, winners of 3rd Sector Care Awards for their ground-breaking dementia care programme with our charity, will be offering their tactics for delivering sport in social care settings.
- Phil Benson: Manager of EachStep Blackburn, National Dementia Care Awards Care Home of the Year Winner and proudly rated as Outstanding by CQC. Phil, who was named Dementia Care Home Manager of the Year, will be sharing leading models for community engagement in care.
The Community Integrated Care team will be at The Tate throughout the day, but you may wish to attend some of the following showcase talks:
- 10:00am – 10:30am: Phil Benson: Creating Britain’s Most Connected Care Home – discover how care homes can bring communities together and promote social mobility.
- 10.45am-11.30am: Age Exchange: Rebecca Packwood, CEO of Age-Exchange, and the artist Zoe Gilmour will be sharing practical advice on how to use arts and reminiscence in dementia care.
- 1.00pm-2.00pm: Getting on the same team! Rugby League club, Widnes Vikings, will showcase their projects that tackle loneliness and isolation.
- 2.30pm-3.30pm: Age Exchange: Rebecca Packwood, CEO of Age-Exchange, and the artist Zoe Gilmour offer incredible examples of the impact that arts and volunteering can have in dementia care settings.
You are welcome to drop by the event at any time without formally booking.
Tate Exchange, Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4BB