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BADth CPD Day - 'Working with Dramatherapy and Dementia: seeking the pathways of connection' with Bea Scott in London on Saturday 25 November 2017

This is a CPD day for Dramatherapists who are interested in exploring ways in which Dramatherapy can contribute to the well-being and happiness of those who live with dementia in care homes. We will be looking at SPECAL (specialized early care for Alzheimer’s) - an innovative approach to communicating with people with dementia pioneered by Penny Garner (see http://www.contenteddementiatrust.org/meet-the-team/) and I will present findings from a small-scale research project I am conducting into my practice at a care home for older people on the use of fairy tales in creating connection.  Please click here to download a booking form and further details. (PDF 714kb)

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