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Rosetta Life's summer programme of dance for people living at the end of their lives

Subscribe to RSS RSSFriday, 25th June, 2010

Rosetta Life is currently delivering a range of innovative and risk-taking movement projects for the very vulnerable under the banner Moving into Being as part of the West Midlands People Dancing programme.

Rosetta Life, leading innovators in arts in end of life care, offers new models of practice to counter the traditional delivery of community arts in health. The movement projects are targeted at people living at the end of their lives, specifically targeted at people living with neurological loss ? Motor Neurone Disease, stroke survivorship, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinsons Disease.

MOVING INTO BEING summer workshops

A series of movement workshops produced in partnership with Marie Curie Hospice Solihull and Heartlands Hospital leading to a celebration events at both centres 19 ? 26 July.

MOVING INTO BEING movement research

Movement workshops specifically targeted at people living with Motor Neurone Disease are being delivered at the Capital Centre (Creative Arts and Performance in Teaching and Learning) at Warwick University. The workshops will culminate in a performance at the end of July 2010.