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Active Minds Partners with Oomph

Active Minds has partnered with ‘Oomph!’ to promote and distribute its activity products for people with dementia.

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Further Testing of Painting Book

Over the past week Alice has continued the development of our new painting book designed for people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s, which now has a selection of 25 images.

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Testing at Ashford House

Ben and Alice Moloney, our illustrator, have been to Ashford House in north London to begin testing some initial designs for our next product – a painting book for people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

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Sketchbook Development Begins

Due to the increasing requests from customers, Active Minds has begun to develop its latest product – a colouring book for people living with dementia.

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Salterbaxter Consultancy

At the end June Salterbaxter kindly offered Active Minds a free day of design consultation to support the fight against dementia.

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Social Impact Report 2012

Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete our feedback survey last month. The data collected has been used to establish our social impact and how we can make improvements for the future.

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Top UK Startup Award

Startup.co.uk have released their latest results for 2012. Active Minds is honoured to be considered one of the top 100 start-ups in the UK this year.

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BBC Hackney Dragon’s Competition

Active Minds was pleased to be part of BBC Radio 1 Extra’s Hackney Dragons completion this month. Launched as part of the BBC’s Hackney Weekend to encourage young people to start businesses of their own.

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UnLtd Level 2 Award

Active Minds is delighted to announce it has won an UnLtd level two award. Securing £15,000 investment and twelve months of business support from the UnLtd team.

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Launching New Aquapaint

Active Minds launched the first set of this unique painting product back in November last year. It has proved so popular we decided to develop three new sets to cater for the growing demand.

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