COVID-19: Arts and creative resources for older people (and anyone else) in isolation – The Baring Foundation

Over the years people have told us countless times about much of a difference being creative has made to them – through the social contacts made as well as the intrinsic pleasure of making or performing. A report we did with the Campaign to End Loneliness back in 2012 highlighted the already high levels of loneliness among older people. This is going to be a particularly hard time.

However, the wonderful world of creative ageing is already alive with ideas about how we can still bring the joy of arts and creativity

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