House of Memories: National Museums Liverpool (NML)

Summary

This report is an evaluation of the House of Memories programme, run by National Museums Liverpool (NML), in using objects and memorabilia from the museum to enrich and enliven the lives of people living with dementia.

“Watching people who live with dementia reconnect with their own stories through seeing once-familiar museum objects is like watching flowers open”.

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Reference

National Museums Liverpool (2013). An evaluation of National Museums Liverpool: dementia training programme. Liverpool: Museum of Liverpool, May 2012.

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