Tales of The Sea: Connecting people with dementia to the UK heritage through maritime archaeology (innovative practice).

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Authors: Cutler, C., Palma, P. and Innes, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/24778/

Journal: Dementia (London)

eISSN: 1741-2684

DOI: 10.1177/1471301216666171

This paper reports on a pilot study evaluating the impact of a series of interactive and educational maritime archaeological sessions for people with dementia. A typical archaeological approach was adopted including excavations, recovery and reconstruction of artefacts. Findings from this study demonstrate the importance of providing information, delivering alternative activities, enabling educational opportunities and offering support to and for people living with dementia. Our findings further illustrate that people with dementia can be included in maritime archaeology and that including people with dementia in heritage-based initiatives is possible.

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Authors: Cutler, C., Palma, P. and Innes, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/24778/

Journal: Dementia (London, England)

eISSN: 1741-2684

ISSN: 1471-3012

This paper reports on a pilot study evaluating the impact of a series of interactive and educational maritime archaeological sessions for people with dementia. A typical archaeological approach was adopted including excavations, recovery and reconstruction of artefacts. Findings from this study demonstrate the importance of providing information, delivering alternative activities, enabling educational opportunities and offering support to and for people living with dementia. Our findings further illustrate that people with dementia can be included in maritime archaeology and that including people with dementia in heritage-based initiatives is possible.

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