“Why Can’t Grandma Remember My Name?” is a book by Kent L. Karosen, CEO of the Fisher Center for Alzheimer s Research Foundation. In this 4 minute video, see how and why Karosen uses art produced by children alongside art produced by Alzheimer’s patients to explain Alzheimer’s disease to children in a digestible way. In addition to […]
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This Mindfulness-Based Art Workshop will integrate creative self-expression and basic mindfulness practices with an emphasis on loving-kindness, and self-compassion.
Sunday, March 12, 2017
10:30 am – 1:00 pm AM
Through a broad range of socially and intellectually engaging cognitive stimulation programs delivered by specially trained staff and volunteers, OPICA creates a structured, yet joyful and nurturing, environment that enables adults in all stages of memory loss to maintain dignity and self-worth.
Why Choose Us
- Personalized support for the whole family
- Comprehensive set of programs and services
- Expertise critical for memory loss care
- Tailored to individual’s impairment level