Creativity Matters is a five-year project, which was launched by Equal Arts in January 2012 and funded by the Big Lottery. Through the project, skilled artists are supported to train volunteers and residential care staff to use creative activity meaningfully to improve the quality of care given to, and quality of life of, older people living with dementia. This report outlines the evaluation findings of the operation of, and impacts arising from, the third year of the project.
|Number of pages||29|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - Dec 2014|