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Arts and heritage

Many older adults enjoy the creativity and connections offered through art and heritage programs and services – whether by visiting museums, attending concerts, or improving their own artistic skills. The benefits of engaging with arts and heritage, however, go beyond simple enjoyment, and can support the well-being of older adults. Find out more about the role that arts and heritage can play in supporting optimal aging through our resources below.

The sound of music: promoting the social well-being of older adults with dementia and their caregivers
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Public libraries: Community hubs responding to the needs of older adults
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Get back to your artistic passions to boost your health and well-being
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