National Palace Museum aims to address social responsibility by tackling inequality. Since 2015, we have launched The Arts Care Project, expanding our service into medical and social welfare systems. This project aims to engage a wide range of social disadvantage groups, who are usually classified as “non museumgoers”. The Arts Care Project is operating on a multidisciplinary model curated by our in-house social worker. We bring together professionals from range of disciplines, including arts therapists, occupational therapists, museum educators, and researchers from art history and marine biology. The team tailor made each program to meet the specific needs of individual special needs group. We wish to provide an exciting museum encounter, and a containing space for personal exploration. National Palace Museum is a treasure box. We believe we have something for all.
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