Creative reminiscing training – Museum of Brands

Thursday, 4 April 2019
09:30 AM – 12:30 PM
for participants
for carers

Do you work with people living with dementia, whether in a care home, community group or another setting?

Learn how to lead creative reminiscing sessions, using scented soaps, colourful tins and cartons, sensory toys, and other everyday household items from previous decades. The attendees receive a box of multisensory items, inspired by the Museum of Brands, and an activity booklet, designed to be used with a person with dementia.

Tickets for the training can be booked at:


This event is a part of our Brand Memories programme, which offers activities for people affected by dementia. The Brand Memories programme is supported by Garfield Weston Foundation, Linbury Trust and the City Bridge Trust.

More information about the programme:


About the Museum of Brands:

The Museum of Brands explores how brands shape – and are shaped by – people, culture and society.

Located on 111-117 Lancaster Road, 2 minutes from Portobello Road, we show 150 years of brands, packaging and advertising.

The Museum presents temporary exhibitions, talks and workshops, to create debate, ideas and examine the role of brands in history and the modern world. The Museum has a subtropical garden, cafe and Museum gift shop for visitors to enjoy.

Arts 4 brain health Reminiscence

Event address

Museum of Brands
111-117 Lancaster Road, London, UK

Transport options: Buses, Underground