​​It’s official – we’re making an IMPACT!

Dementia Spring has been named one of the 9 best charities that fight dementia by charity support website Impactful Ninja. Their article commended our “very active” YouTube channel where we “post helpful advice, Q&As on various dementia topics, and spotlight new creative artists working with dementia patients.”

“We are honored that Impactful Ninja has recognized our groundbreaking work within the arts and dementia communities,” Dementia Spring founder Dr. Marc Rothman said. “We are especially proud of our YouTube channel and its growth, having just reached the 1,000 subscriber milestone!”

Dementia Spring connects the artistic community with the dementia community to raise awareness and improve access to the arts for people with memory loss and their caregivers. People from around the world are joining our Dementia Arts Network, inspiring creativity and joy in those suffering from dementia, and fighting back against the social isolation that dementia creates.

The aim of Impactful Ninja is to “provide actionable insights to help make a positive impact on the world and society.”

In addition to our YouTube channel, you can keep up to date with Dementia Spring on our Facebook pageInstagram and by signing up for our informative eNewsletter through the link at the bottom of this page.

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