Memory Move is a place where people living with dementia their friends and families can meet, talk and take part in seated movement and dance in a fun and friendly environment.
Practitioner: Jade Carroll Jade has been teaching for 13 years within various schools and organisations and has been with Revolution Performing Arts since 2018. She runs many classes ranging in age from 4-17 years, including open performing arts classes, RPA Dance, RPA Rapport and Forever Friendship (our class for families with young people who have additional needs). Before joining RPA, Jade gained a Degree in Dance at De Montfort University which led to her completing her Diploma in Dance Pedagogy through the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance. Jade has recently worked on a project with Uplands School through the DanceOut programme with Swindon Dance, and is also the Coordinator for their Salto! Children’s and Youth Project, funded by Children in Need. "I love inspiring and encouraging the people I work with; there is always something new to teach them, and they’re always coming to me with ideas too! I enjoy choreographing, but also working with my students to engage them in being creative. Each day is never the same, and seeing the participants come into their own with confidence is always rewarding!"