Guidelines

People Dancing online learning programmes

People Dancing (the Foundation for Community Dance) has produced a series of online learning programmes, covering topics including dance with older people and dance for Parkinson's.

People Dancing online learning programmes

People Dancing (the Foundation for Community Dance) has produced a series of online learning programmes, covering topics including dance with older people and dance for Parkinson's.

Sounding Out toolkit for music with deaf children

This is the first of a series of online resources being developed by Creative Futures.

Art and Well-Being: Toward A Culture of Health

The US Department for Arts and Culture has produced this guide for artists, creative organizers, healthcare providers, educators, funders, policy-makers, and communities responding to threats to wellbeing.

NOAH's new ethical code for arts in health

The US National Organization for Arts in Health has developed a new code of ethics for arts in health professionals.

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Aesop/BOP Active Ingredients report

Aesop and BOP Consulting have published a new approach to helping practitioners and commissioners in the arts and social sectors to understand more about how arts interventions actually work.

Unexpected Encounters: How museums nurture living and ageing well

The Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG)'s latest publication addresses the question of ageing at a time in which dominant perceptions of older age focus on decline, frailty, illness and dependence, linked to a medical model that pathologises and problematises ageing.

What Works for Wellbeing guide for measuring impact on wellbeing

What Works for Wellbeing has published a practical guide for small to medium-sized charities or social enterprises seeking to measure their impact on wellbeing – whether this is in terms of health, education or employment. The guide will help you design questions and analyse their results.

Dementia Friendly Screenings: A guide for cinemas

The guide – developed by the Alzheimer’s Society, the UK Cinema Association, and the BFI Film Audience Network – is designed to help cinemas improve their accessibility and become more dementia-friendly.

Independent Review of the Creative Industries (DCMS)

Sir Peter Bazalgette's review was commissioned by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and explores areas in which government and industry should work together to develop a Sector Deal for the Creative Industries as part of the government's Industrial Strategy.

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