This Webinar "From Despair to Desire" is coming up on Tuesday, 8th of March, 11:00 – 13:00 CET. I will take part as a speaker. And you are welcome to join the webinar and listen to amazing speakers from all over Europe, the US and Australia.
Online Webinar 8th of March 2022, 11:00 – 13:00 (CET, UTC +1)
International leaders across culture, health and social prescribing discuss the role of arts in protecting against cognitive decline.
You are warmly invited to hear international social prescribing developments to preserve brain health.
Baroness Greengross, Chief Executive of the International Longevity Centre, Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia and Patron of Arts 4 Dementia, chairs a debate between experts in culture, health and wellbeing, creative ageing and social prescribing on the vital role of arts and wellbeing activity in protecting against cognitive decline – from the onset of potential dementia symptoms – with actions for social change.
Sir Muir Gray, Director, University of Oxford’s Optimal Ageing Programme
James Sanderson, Director, Personalised Care, NHS E/I; CEO, National Academy for Social Prescribing
Dr Gail Kenning, University of New South Wales, Australia
Professor Brian Lawlor, Global Brain Health Institute, Dublin and California.
Christopher Bailey, Arts and Health Lead, World Health Organisation.
Alexandra Coulter, Director, National Centre for Creative Health
Francesca Rosenberg & Lara Schweller, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
Edith Woolf Perez, Chair, Arts for Health Austria
Professor Ruth Mateus-Berr, University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria.
Dr Bogdan Chiva Giurca, Global Social Prescribing Alliance, NASP.
Veronica Franklin Gould (President, A4D)
To find out more visit the following Links:
Evenbrite Website for the Webinar
PARESH Arts for Brain Health Artwork Jane Frere, D-IAGNOSIS! Arts for Wellbeing, 2019, pastel.
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