It has been widely acknowledged for many years that the arts can play an integral role in aiding brain injury recovery and in managing neurological conditions.
Now brain injury survivor Byron Konizi is aiming to enhance their impact through a new concept called the 'Moodmemo', which is being pioneered by the London charity he founded, UDAV.
Byron explains: “The ‘Moodmemo’ is essentially a memory of a mood that somebody has captured and recorded or materialised in an art form of some kind – be it music, film, poetry or art."
Social distancing-permitting, Moodmemos will be utilised at UDAV's centre in Hackney to support its members, including those with brain injuries and conditions, in overcoming day-to-day challenges.
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