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Dementia Patients Benefit From Community Awards

Dementia patients are benefiting from students? artwork thanks to a Jersey Alzheimer?s Association initiative, funded by the Barclays Wealth Community Awards.  The association received £3,200 to fund its art and photography scheme ? a collaborative project in which the association works with students from Greenfields, the young peoples? secure unit – and those on the Alternative Curriculum. The artwork and photography produced is displayed on the Beech Ward at Clinique Pinel, St Saviour?s Hospital and at Rosewood House.

 

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