Lonradh is a visiting programme at Crawford Art Gallery Cork for individuals with dementia and their carers. The programme is free and takes place on the first Wednesday of each month throughout 2015, from 2pm – 3.30pm. Enjoy viewing some works of art in the Crawford Art Gallery, with light refreshments supplied, and the option to get creative in the Gallery’s art room.
The Lonradh programme is named after a stained glass window in the gallery made by James Scanlon, the Irish word lonradh means to radiate / illuminate. This programme is specifically designed for individuals with dementia and their carer. Group sizes are small; caring, experienced staff facilitate visits. The gallery is wheelchair accessible.
The Crawford Art Gallery, the Alzheimer Association in Bandon and Midleton and Cork Arts Health Programme HSE support the Lonradh programming.
Lonradh aims to provide a supportive social space for individuals with dementia and their carers. Carers are required to remain with individuals with dementia during the duration of the sessions and visitors retain responsibility for their family member’s care.
Phone: Emma 021 4907862 / 021 4907857