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Museums are dementia experts

5 September 2016 by Sam Vaux

Health care professionals and person living with dementia using My House of Memories app

House of Memories © Robin Clewley

September 2016 marks World Alzheimer’s Month, an international campaign to raise awareness of dementia and challenge stigma.

Here in the UK, National Museums Liverpool has trained more than 10,000 carers across England, through its House of Memories dementia awareness training programme. We’re proud to share that House of Memories has become the first to pilot a ‘Tier 2’ dementia training programme within health and social care settings across the North West of England.

This latest development represents an exciting step for museums and cultural organisations working closely with the health and social care sector, to help people live well with dementia. Read more…

Dementia – a journey of caring

20 September 2013 by Dawn

Two smiling ladies holding hands

Image © Pete Carr

September is World Alzheimer’s Month, with many organisations also marking Saturday 21 September, World Alzheimer’s Day, to shine a global spotlight on the fight against the disease. The theme this year is ‘Dementia – a journey of caring’, an idea which resonates very strongly with the House of Memories dementia awareness training at the Museum of Liverpool.

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