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Memories In The Making is an art program designed for people with Alzheimer's disease. The program was created by the Orange County Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. This book will provide the information needed to facilitate small and medium sized groups, as well as to work with an individual at home.
Alzheimer’s Art Therapy Tours are for those with memory loss and their care partners. Participants enjoy lively discussion of artwork conducted by docents trained by the Brooks Museum and the Alzheimer’s Association, as well as hands-on art-making with an art therapist.
The Creative Arts in Dementia Care: Practical Person-Centred Approaches and Ideas | Until August 31, 2013, JKP has set up the code ARTX13 for the Art Therapy Alliance community to receive a 20% discount on this title at checkout through www.jkp.com or mentioned when calling JKP's toll-free warehouse (1-866-416-1078).
People with dementia express selves through art | The seniors were at their fourth Memories in the Making class, a pilot program that offers residents with Alzheimer's and dementia a way to express themselves through drawing and painting. This is the first month for the pilot program, trademarked by the Alzheimer's Association.
Every Friday afternoon, at Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic Counseling Center (PHCC), a program that offers substance abuse treatment and prevention services for adults and adolescents, participants gather for an hour-long session, where they are encouraged to creatively think about their journeys of recovery using different models of expression.
Exercise May be the Best Medicine for Alzheimer's Disease An exercise program with older adults with mild cognitive impairment improved not only memory recall, but also brain function. Can exercise slow the progression, or prevent, the onset of Alzheimer's disease? I believe it worked for my mom
Our Memories in the Making art therapy program helps individuals with Alzheimer's to express themselves. "Barn in Provence" was painted by El Salvador native, Rene. www.alzheimersblo...