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Projects
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Turtle Key Arts


Turtle Song

An opportunity to compose and sing your own songs with professional musicians. It is for people with memory problems and all forms of dementia and for their companions (husbands/wives/carers).


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Urgent Treatment Centre - Arts in Health Portfolio
A showcase of how art is integrated throughout the Urgent Treatment Centre

 

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West Park Rehabilitation Hospital  
Occupational Therapy Service art group – patients are assessed and referred to attend by occupational therapists


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Cannock Chase Hospital

Occupational Therapy Service craft group - patients are assessed and referred to attend by occupational therapists.  


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The Patient Well-being and Art Activity Programme
This on-going arts in health project provides enjoyable art activities sessions to adult patients in hospital ward settings at New Cross Hospital and West Park Rehabilitation Hospital in Wolverhampton.


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Artworks in Midwifery Led Unit
Throughout the Midwifery Led Unit there is a selection of artworks on display created by local Staffordshire artist Alison Clews.



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Children’s Ward Arts Project
Children and young people participated in a series of vibrant arts workshops during a 2012 summer arts project on the Children’s Ward to create artwork for display on the ward


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Artwork in Healing Garden – Dementia Care
Patients and staff contributed to making beautiful mosaics and glass butterflies with local artists for the Dementia Care healing garden



Archived Projects
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Emergency Department – Artwork and Innovative Patient Information Panels
Wall art, artwork panels and innovatively designed patient information panels have been incorporated into the Trust's Estates Capital Development refurbishment of the Emergency Department at New Cross Hospital.


"I feel the art activities give the patients with Dementia a sense of purpose, are a great distraction technique and help us learn more about the patients and them more about us. The patients are proud of their achievements and enjoy sharing their work with staff and relatives."

Sister - Care of the Elderly New Cross Hospital
Contact Details: Arts Manager | Email: rwh-tr.Arts@nhs.net | Tel: 01902 307999
A Teaching Trust of the University of Birmingham