International A.R.T.S. for Brain Health, ‘From Despair to Desire’, Tues 8 March 2022, 10 am – 12 pm
In association with the International Longevity Centre and the Optimal Ageing Programme at The University of Oxford
For International Social Prescribing Week, Baroness Greengross, CEO of the International Longevity Centre and Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia chairs a debate between leaders in international social prescribing, culture health and wellbeing, and A.R.T.S. (wide ranging cultural and creative Activities to Revitalise The Soul). Speakers discuss social prescribing developments, innovative presentation of early dementia coping strategy, A.R.T.S. suited to people experiencing early symptoms, educational and partnership practice for sustainable A.R.T.S prescribing programes Read more
- Veronica Franklin Gould (President, A4D)
- Sir Muir Gray, Director, University of Oxford’s Optimal Ageing Programme
- CHAIR: Baroness Greengross, CEO, International Longevity Centre. Co-Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia
- James Sanderson, Director of Personalised Care, NHS E/I; CEO, National Academy for Social Prescribing (NASP)
- Professor Brian Lawlor, Global Brain Health Institute, Dublin and California.
- Dr Gail Kenning, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Christopher Bailey, Arts and Health Lead, World Health Organisation
- Alexandra Coulter, Director, National Centre for Creative Health
- Francesca Rosenberg, Director of Community, Access and Schools Programmes, Lara Schweller, Social Prescribing Lead, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
- Edith Woolf Perez, Chair, Arts for Health Austria
- Professor Ruth Mateus-Berr, Head of the Centre for Didactics of Art and Interdisciplinary Teaching at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria.
- Dr Bogdan Chiva Giurca, Development Lead, Global Social Prescribing Alliance; Clinical champion lead, NASP.
- Wei-Tung (Joy) Chiang, UCL PhD candidate, advising New Taipei City Government in Taiwan on social prescribing in the cultural sector.
- Veronica Franklin Gould (Close)