Lapidus Scotland has commissioned seven new tools for facilitators to share the learning from the Words Work Well for All project (2018-2019) which was funded by Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership via the Wellbeing for Longer in Glasgow Fund.
Find out about the challenges and opportunities of delivering words for wellbeing in a community garden, on the water, in combination with art activities, with people with dementia, and as a writing group in the Kibble Palace in Glasgow Botanic Gardens. There are also ideas for sessions based on letter writing and cluster, memory mapping and freewriting.
The seven tools are:
Art into Writing by Jane Walker
Bringing Writing, Water and People with Dementia Together by Caroline Brown
Cluster, Memory Map and Freewrite by Brian Whittingham
Scribble in the Kibble by Larry Butler
This is just to say by Kathrine Sowerby
Water Story by Bev Schofield
Writing the Garden by Gerry Loose
Read these new tools here (hyperlink to https://www.lapidusscotland.co.uk/facilitators/tools/)