Reminiscence Arts in Dementia Care, Creating a Community – 17 January 2019

The seminar will immerse participants in experiential workshops and presentations showcasing the Reminiscence Arts model delivered by Age Exchange’s experienced team. The day will enable participants to explore different approaches to working with: narrative, embodied and sense memory in dementia care, trying out activities designed for groups and as one to one.  

Supported by The Big Lottery, Reminiscence Arts in Dementia Care, is now in its 3rd year. The highly successful model has been independently evaluated by Royal Holloway University of London, reflecting significant increase in well-being and quality of life for participants with dementia. 

When: Thursday 17th January 2019  10am – 4pm
Where: The King’s Fund, 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN
Cost: FREE but first come first served

Light refreshments will be served throughout the day.  Lunch is not provided, but there is a café at the Kings Fund.  John Lewis and other cafés are also nearby.

Who is the seminar for: Care Managers, Policy Makers, Commissioners, Dementia Care Professionals and Healthcare Practitioners


The insightful day will include three workshops and a series of talks from expert practitioners and thought leaders in Reminiscence Arts including:

  • Rebecca Packwood (CEO, Age Exchange)
  • Mark Adams (CEO, Community Integrated Care)
  • Lillie Swift (Funding Manager, Big Lottery)
  • David Savill (Artistic Director, Age Exchange)
  • Aga Daldorph (Dementia Care Co-ordinator, Age Exchange)


To RSVP by 7th January 2019, please contact Naomi Cavanagh by email or by telephone on 020 8318 9105