As a caregiver, it can be a challenge to continually create different activities that are engaging and purposeful for a loved one who is experiencing memory loss. Activity Book for Individuals Experiencing Memory Loss, created by social worker, Charon Cannon, MSW, LSW, provides simple activities for all stages of memory loss, that encourages engagement and creativity.Continue reading “Download Your Copy Today: RADC’s Activity Book for Individuals Experiencing Memory Loss”
In honor of Black History Month, we are pleased to introduce the 3rd Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center’s Activity Book. This book was designed for adults interested in learning new things and keeping their brain healthy. This book includes coloring pages, crossword puzzles, word searches, MIND Diet recipes, and little-known Black history facts. We hope that you willContinue reading “Download Your Free Copy of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center’s Activity Book for Seniors”
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Sing your way into Fall with AgeGuide and the Good Memories Choir!
Lorenzo’s House Announces Free Virtual International Youth Summit for Kids and Young Adults Whose Parent Has Younger-Onset Alzheimer’s In Concert With UChicago Medicine, The Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s, Hilarity For Charity, And Other Partners
On Saturday, September 7th, the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center along with other members of the Arts for Brain Health Coalition sponsored our second 2019 Arts for Brain health event. It was at the Woodson Regional Library. The Coalition activates partnerships between healthcare and arts providers, designing and presenting programs that use creative engagement to improveContinue reading “Recap: Arts for Brain Event – Sept 7, Woodson Regional Library”
On Saturday, August 17th, the Arts for Brain Health Coalition sponsored its first 2019 Arts for Brain health event. It was at the National Museum of Mexican Art. The Coalition activates partnerships between healthcare and arts providers, designing and presenting programs that use creative engagement to improve the lives of people with memory loss andContinue reading “Arts for Brain Health Coalition Hosts First Arts Workshop”