Resources tagged with "carers"
The Reading Well Books on Prescription scheme was launched in June 2013 and provides self-help reading for adults based on cognitive behavioural therapy for a range of common mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, phobias and some eating disorders. This case study by The Reading Agency, describes how iCope - Islington Psychological Therapies and Wellbeing Service is working in partnership with Islington Libraries to run the scheme in Islington.Published:2014 Type: case-study
This study by US based consultancy WolfBrown was commissioned by the Musical Connections program of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute. In 2011, on the back of the apparent success that Musical Connections had on impacting participant’s lives, Carnegie Hall made a decision to roll the program out on a national level. In preparation for this WolfBrown were asked to carry out a piece of work to demonstrate, through extensive desk research, the impact that music has on health and well being. The study covers a wide variety of health issues and the benefits that music can bring. It also covers …Published:2014 Type: research
In 2012 St Helens Council’s Arts Service were awarded funding from Arts Council England to develop a cultural connections programme. Other Ways of Telling explored how the arts can improve the lives of people who are accessing or who are at risk of needing to access Adult Social Care and Health Services. The programme was delivered by Collective Encounters, a theatre company specialising in theatre for social change. This report draws on evaluations conducted with participants, audiences, stakeholders and staff.Published:2013 Type: research
This report looks at the Lullaby Concerts, a touring project which aims to bring inspirational first experiences of live orchestral music to young children, parents, and carers, particularly in underserved rural areas.By Orchestras LivePublished:2013 Type: case-study