An object from the past recreated with clay.
In todays climate we are gradually coming around to the idea that art and creativity literally can save and prolong life and is good for us.
There is evidence to suggest that people who participate in self-expressive activities show significant improvements in physical health and general well-being.
Careful facilitation fosters a safe environment in which people feel free enough to express themselves, their histories, and their aspirations. Involving staff in this process promotes increased levels of engagement and person centred care.