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Reignite the Spark

A snapshot of an Arts and Health Partnership 2007-2011

The Health Service Executive, Health Promotion Service, Dublin South East / Wicklow and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council present a snapshot of an Arts and Health Partnership from 2007-2011, told from all perspectives.

The Road from Crime

What can we learn from those former prisoners who have successfully “desisted” from criminal behaviour or “gone straight?”

Question in the Lords

On 19 July 2012, Lord (Alan) Howarth raised a question about arts in health in the House of Lords questioning the Government Minister Earl Howe about encouraging commissioners to invest resources in the arts as a means of improving health.

National framework to improve mental health and wellbeing published

The government has published the mental health implementation framework, which sets out what organisations can do to support the objectives of the mental health strategy No Health without Mental Health.

Achieving high-quality care for people with complex needs

Age-related chronic conditions absorb the largest, and growing, share of health care budgets. To address this, strategies of care co-ordination are needed to promote more cost-effective care through streamlining services.


"Overload" is part of Hearts and Minds, Age Exchange’s three year creative arts and reminiscence programme for people who use mental health services in South London.

New Website for European Reminiscence Network project

Remembering Together: Reminiscence Training for people with dementia and their family carers” (RTRT) involved partners in 10 EU countries.

First Taste Resources

First Taste is a small arts educational charity that promotes arts educational and stimulative activities for frail older people in nursing and residential care homes and day care centres principally, but not exclusively, in the Derbyshire Dales.

Arts and Health: CPD resource pack now available

This pack is a companion resource to the recent Documenting Arts + Health CPD which took place at the WHAT Centre for Arts and Health and was co-hosted by the Waterford Healing Arts Trust, Create and Visual Artists Ireland.


Start2 is a new online resource that will use art and creative activities to boost people’s health and wellbeing. It is being developed by the team at Start, Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust’s arts-based service.


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