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Sunday
Jan012017

Looking At Memory Loss

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY - A New Way of Looking At Memory Loss
Join us for a free talk with an engaging look at the power of pictures in memory loss. When we look closely at a picture, we see layers of story, expression and meaning. Suspend your preconceptions and explore the possibilities of living fully in the present moment. Creative engagement gives us a holistic view – see the whole person beyond the memory loss. Uncover pathways to unlock story and imagination, celebrate identity and discover well being. For the person affected by memory loss, caregivers, loved ones, friends, and community members.  
Jan 12, 2017 (Thurs)  6:30 – 8:30 pm 
 
Manchester Community Center
40 Beach Street
Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA
Workshop Facilitator: Peggy Cahill - Master of Education from Lesley University. She directed the ARTZ (Artists for Alzheimer’s) Museum Network. 

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