Connected Care report. A study by Invisible Flock into the infrastructural and logistical opportunities / complications associated with creating digital artworks for care homes. Carried out over an 18 month period, the team received funding from Dementia Connect to conduct interviews and conclude the final research stages.

 

Strengths in Networks. A a comparative analysis of six creative interventions designed for people diagnosed with dementia across England and Wales. These case studies reflect how different regional and national bodies are trying to meet the particular challenges of the post-diagnostic dementia period.

 

DEEP Participation: Guidelines for the meaningful participation of people living with dementia. The words and comments in this guide are taken from consultation with people with lived experience of dementia who attended the FACT workshop in Liverpool in November 2017 and shared their narratives.

 

Dementia Connect Showcase Booklet report. The Dementia Connect showcase was held at FACT on the 13th April 2018. The showcase was followed by an evening performance of Hidden Voice by John McHugh with a trio of musicians from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

 

 

Dementia Connect: Creative Voucher Scheme Evaluation Report (Dr. Tarek E. Virani). Building on interviews with voucher scheme participants, this report assesses the effectiveness of the Dementia Connect voucher model and its tuning to the particular challenges of the creativity and health field.

 

 

 

AHRC Hubs Report 1:  (Dr. Timothy J. Senior, with Professor Rachel Cooper, Professor Jon Dovey, Professor Georgina Follett, Professor Morag Shiach). The Arts & Humanities in the Creative Economy: Core Learning from the AHRC Creative Economy Hubs programme.

 

 

 

AHRC Hubs Report 2:  (Dr. Timothy J. Senior, with Professor Rachel Cooper, Professor Jon Dovey, Professor Georgina Follett, Professor Morag Shiach). A Framework for University-led Creative Economy Innovation: Core Learning from the AHRC Creative Economy Hubs programme.

 

 

 

AHRC Hubs Report 3:  (Dr. Timothy J. Senior, with Professor Rachel Cooper, Professor Jon Dovey, Professor Georgina Follett, Professor Morag Shiach). The Hub as Organisational Model in the Creative Economy: Core Learning from the AHRC Creative Economy Hubs programme.