Arts in health organisation Creativity Works has created a touring public art project giving the public the opportunity to write down and then shred their anxieties before the shredded paper is created into a large-scale public sculptur
New figures from the Care Quality Commission show that over 90% of English hospices are providing good or outstanding care.
Live Music Now’s A Choir in Every Care Home initiative is trying gather views about music in care homes along with examples of good practice.
New analysis from Age UK suggests that the number of people living with two or more long-term conditions will increase by 1 million over the next five years.
A new systematic literature review has found that certain population groups are markedly more at risk of dementia.
New research by Arts Council England has revealed the financial challenges facing the museums sector and recommended that museums “must be on the front foot and take responsibility for seeking to link the museum to the broader council a
A new resource from Public Health England is designed to help local organisations measure the mental wellbeing of children and young peoples.
A joint project between the Nuffield Trust and The King’s Fund is exploring the current pressures facing care services and the impact of these on the health and wellbeing of the people who use them.
Arts Council England has produced a short film to make the case for arts and culture in England.
The 60 second film is designed to be shared and promoted via social media and sent to policy-makers and politicians.
The latest figures released by the Office of National Statistics in its measurement of people’s subjective wellbeing shows increased reporting of happiness and reductions in reports of anxiety.
Public Health England has published a series of resources to help local authorities address health inequalities.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has issued new guidance for delivering personal care and practical support to older people living in their own homes.