CDAN Conference 2016
Arts and dementia: Learning, Researching and Sharing
St Hugh's College, Oxford Thursday 14 and Friday 15 April 2016
Day 1 Main Conference: Research and Learning
Day 2 Music and Dance Master Classes
Our fifth arts and dementia conference offers 2 inspirational days of learning about the latest research and practice, innovative projects, and professional development and training, besides providing a unique opportunity to participate in masterclasses with leading practitioners. As always, the conference is about making connections and networking. This year there is a warm welcome for all conference delegates and those attending both days, to our arts themed early evening reception on 14th April featuring the Halo theatre, John Killick (poet), along with music and dance.
We welcome people with dementia and their carers, volunteers, arts practitioners of all kinds, and staff from arts organisations, arts centres, theatres, museums, galleries, libraries, the NHS, local councils, the voluntary sector, care providers (particularly activities organisers), commercial organisations, academics and students, and those from government agencies. Anyone involved or interested in improving the health and well being of people with dementia through the arts is welcome.
Why not take advantage of a £20 fee reduction and book both days?
Arts practitioners who are self-funding: £70 per day or £120 for both days
Voluntary organisation: £120 per day or £220 for both days
Public sector and commercial organisations: £150 per day or £280 for both days
People with dementia and their carers: £10 for one or both days
If you have any queries, please contact:
Elizabeth Mills, Conference Administrator
Maria Parsons, CDAN Chief Executive