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This is an innovative approach to adjustment and recovery after stroke….I believe it will engage with many patients in a different way from a typical functional therapy approach. The ability to engage with music and movement regardless of physical or language impairment is a particular strength of this project. I have been impressed by the thorough approach by Rosetta Life and their engagement with patients, carers and clinicians in developing the project.

Gill Cluckie, Stroke Nurse consultant

Our work is regularly evaluated externally with our academic and health partners. We are currently taking part in SHAPER – Scaling-up Health-Arts Programmes: Implementation and Effectiveness Research – launched by King’s College London and UCL.

Participatory Action Research

We work with community and health stakeholders in region, to form a PAR working group during the design and delivery of our projects. This process informs, shapes and sets questions that inform our evaluation for each local commission. The PAR group usually represents health, local authority, statutory services, local arts/cultural agencies, artists and participants alongside an external facilitator. 

Focus Group

Fidelis Anderson-Outlook
We hold a fortnightly focus group with Ambassadors, to gain feedback, ideas, project design and planning input.  We host these sessions over Zoom.

Case studies

Ethnographic Evaluation Of The Post Stroke Performance Arts Intervention​

Stroke Odysseys Psychological Evaluation Report University of Surrey​

Case report, BJNN​

Lancet, Neurology – 2018​