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Older People

2013- current: Age Exchange- project managing RADIQL an evidenced- based intervention and training to improve wellbeing and quality of life for people with dementia

2013: Poklington Trust, for older people with visual impairment

A housebound project aiming at reducing the isolation and building self esteem of oler people with sensory impairment. project is currently under development.

2011- current Collecting Community Stories in Tooting

Although not strictly a project with older people, this series of pop up encounters attracts older people. It is a project about collecting stories about Kindness and Gratitude. The intervention pops up in community celebrations and local public spaces such as Tooting Library, Batca street festival. Kindness stories are those that have happened in the past and are a positive reminiscence savouring activity designed to increase people's personal happiness through positive visualisation. This can often be the trigger to more in depth conversations about good experiences and past memories. See

This project is tendering for a pop- up cafe

2009-10: Well London, Big Tea project

Numerous reminiscence, intergenerational and craft based projects 

1999: With Action for the blind and Tate Modern co designing and developing the award winning audio tracks for older people and visually impaired

1998- 2000: SLAM, Woodlands Centre

Management of an artist in residence programme for older people with mental health problems, in care

1994-1996: Artist in Residence in Elderly care homes and drop- in services, Sussex

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