Showing blog posts tagged with 'My House of Memories app'
Image: Images of some of the objects from a US package on the My House of Memories app © MNHS
You may have heard about the My House of Memories app, which we co-created with and for people living with dementia as a conversational tool. The app is bit like a mini-museum in your pocket which is filled with everyday objects from the past, brought to life with sound effects and evocative music.
Image: Staff volunteers from Barnett Waddingham's Liverpool office at the Museum of Liverpool
As part of their ongoing commitment to corporate social responsibility, Barnett Waddingham staff have recently given their time to support people living with dementia using House of Memories resources.
The team of eight staff volunteers from the Liverpool office hosted a tea party at the Museum of Liverpool, inviting a group from Everton in the Community to participate in House of Memories activities.
National Museums Liverpool to launch House of Memories in the US to help Americans to live well with dementia
Image: Exploring the My House of Memories app, courtesy Minnesota Historical Society
National Museums Liverpool is delighted to partner with the Minnesota Historical Society, to launch the US version of our award-winning House of Memories dementia awareness programme on 24 September 2018, to help Americans to live well with dementia.
Image: Display from High Life Highland © National Museums Liverpool
In early June, House of Memories packed its bags and travelled north to Inverness to deliver its first ever dementia awareness training session in Scotland.
National Museums Liverpool worked closely with High Life Highland and members of the Highland Museums Forum to take the innovative programme to Scotland to coincide with Dementia Awareness Week (4-10 June 2018). The project is funded by High Life Highland, Museums Galleries Scotland and Brabners LLP.