Despite its enforced closure since March 2020 due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the Millennium Forum has continued to work with relevant agencies to support its Access activities upon reopening. In June 2021, the Millennium Forum was been cited as an example of best practice at the launch of the Derry City & Strabane Access and Inclusion Model (AIM) Digital Resource Pack.
The A.I.M Resource pack is an Access Inclusion Model of practice developed and designed through working partnerships and learning that has occurred in the lifetime of DCSDC’s Access and Inclusion Project. This will be strengthened by working collaboratively with Developing Healthy Communities who manage initiatives that further serve to enhance the overall product and launch of A.I.M digital Resource Pack throughout DCSDC.
The full pack is now available at the link below.
The Millennium Forum has produced a programme of accessible events for 2022. In producing this programme the Forum has worked in close collaboration with Access to Arts for All, (AAA) a charity which is supported by and based in the theatre as part of its ongoing commitment to providing an all-inclusive experience for all patrons.
Moves & Melodies – an Age and Dementia Friendly twelve month project. It is intended to begin this project in January 2022. This is an afternoon of song and dance for 50 older people. Find out more here.
Dementia Friendly Tea Dances – our popular Dementia Friendly Tea Dances will continue in 2022 and are held monthly in our Studio Theatre. The tea is free with an an afternoon of entertainment and music. Find out more here.
Energy Train Project – this is an exciting new DJ training programme for people living with a disability aged 15+. Find out more here.
Energy of Light Discos – our monthly discos for people living with a disability aged 15+. These take place in our studio theatre. Find out more now.
For further information about any of these projects please click on the links above or contact our Access Manager Lisa Heaney on 028 7127 2779 or email email@example.com
If you are a business and would like to support any of these initiatives and help us further develop Access to the Arts please get in touch with our Business Development and Sponsorship Officer, Cara McCartney by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org