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Kent’s Best Partnership Project

Any multi-agency project, showing joined up thinking and partnership working, designed to benefit those living with dementia, their family and/or carers

our finalists for this category can be found below

We wanted to promote the various partnership working happening across Kent. Working together, pooling resources and sharing information is essential.  We can all achieve so much more when we work with each other.

Kent’s Dementia Friendly Awards have been sponsored by businesses across Kent who are members of our Local Dementia Action Alliances and Dementia Friendly Communities

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The'Kent's Best Partnership Project Finalists

Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Galley project

Our project ‘More than Reminiscence’ came about thanks to the work being undertaken by Dr Paul Camic, Professor of Psychology and Public Health, Research Director the Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University. His goal was to show how object handling at a museum could improve the general wellbeing of those living with dementia

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Jive Party

This uplifting Jive Party event simply could not have happened without the generous partnership working and practical support of all the members of the Tunbridge Wells Dementia Friendly community Forum and particularly Age UK and Town & Country Foundation.

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