Older people

NEA/University of Michigan report on participatory arts and older people

Staying Engaged: Health Patterns of Older Americans Who Engage in the Arts is a detailed look at arts participation habits, attitudes toward the arts, and related health characteristics of adults aged 55+.

Transitions in Later Life – evaluation report

Calouste Gulbenkian and the Centre for Ageing Better have published an evaluation of seven pilot projects from the CG Transitions in Later Life Programme, which explores how psycho-social approaches can help support a more positive transition into retirement and identifies six key elements impor

Report and video from Singing for Better Breathing

This new report and video from the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health sets out the findings from the Lambeth and Southwark Singing and COPD Project.

Artists Residencies in Care Homes Programme Report

The final report from Magic Me’s programme of Artists Residencies in Care Homes, in partnership with care home provider Anchor and  performing arts companies including Punchdrunk Enrichment and Upswing.

The report is attached.

Dementia & Imagination: Research Informed Approaches to Visual Arts Interventions

The handbook from the Dementia and Imagination Research Programme features ideas and recommendations for developing visual arts projects with and for, people affected by dementia. It is designed to be as accessible as possible.

Age UK Wellbeing in Later Life Index

The Wellbeing in Later Life Index from Age UK and the University of Southampton is based on a survey of 15,000 people aged 60 and over. It highlights taking part in creative activities as the biggest influencing factor on wellbeing in later life.

Economic Foundations for Creative Ageing Policy (Vol 2)

This second volume by Andrzej Klimczuk, 'Putting theory into practice', combines case studies of good practice with theoretical analysis, with a view to developing strategies for international application.

Teabooks evaluation 2015-16

An evaluation of book groups for older people in Oxfordshire, suggesting that the groups help over three-quarters of participants stay cheerful.

Heritage Lottery Fund: New conversations across generations

The latest in a new blog from heritage lottery fund policy advisor for Communities and Diversity, Liz Ellis, exploring HLF-supported projects involving both younger and older people.

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