Discover-me is a project implemented by an art-therapist working for CADIAI, one of the main social service-provider in the city of Bologna. The project aimed to offer opportunities for users of day-care centers of people with dementia to explore Bologna National Art Gallery, that hosts masterpieces of painters from the city such as Guido Reni and the Carracci brothers.

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  • Discover-me is a project implemented by an art-therapist working for CADIAI, one of the main social service-provider in the city of Bologna.
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  • Memorabili armonie” is a pilot project implemented by Associazione De Banfield, an NGO who have been active for more than 30 years to support people with dementia in the city of Trieste. It’s the first dementia friendly museum experience of the city.
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  • Since more than 10 years, museums across Tuscany have been offering programmes and sessions target to persons with dementia and their formal and informal carers.
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  • The Music Memory Box is based on practices that are already used in some care homes – music therapy, life story work and reminiscence therapy. The Music Memory Box complies with National Institute of Care Excellence Guidelines.
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  • The Dornbirn City Archives for many years has animated senior citizens to tell a myriad of interesting stories and details in a pleasant coffee house atmosphere The City Archive documents these storytelling evenings and adds them to its "Archive of Oral History".
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  • Reminiscence Cottage at the National Wool Museum in Geelong was designed has been designed as a sensory experience reflecting Australian home life from 1930-1950 for people with dementia and their families.
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  • ITALY Alzheimer Circle is an initative of Museion, the Museum of Contemporary Arts of the city of Bozen, in Italy. The museum has a department of educational activities aimed to made the collection and exhibitions accessible to diverse publics through the use of“art mediators”
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