Arts & Wellness Symposium
Sep 19, 2013 to Sep 27, 2013
A symposium on memory loss and caregiving
Is there a role for the arts in healthy aging? What is the connection between music, dance, art, poetry and storytelling – and people with Alzheimer’s? Come hear about five nationally field-tested models from artists whose work is pushing boundaries in caregiving. These models represent some of the best hope for person-centered care and is an event not to be missed!
Special Guest: Dr. Gay Hanna, Executive Director, National Center for Creative Aging
Hosted by the UCF College of Arts & Humanities and the National Center for Creative Aging.
Sponsored by the Pabst Foundation for the Arts.
Advanced registration is requested. Please visit www.cah.ucf.edu/symposium to register.
|Contact Person:||Ashley Hickman|
|Posted By:||UCF College of Arts & Humanities|