How can congregations support persons with dementia and their caregivers? Elizabeth Shulman offers an organic three-part program to help congregations create ministries to meet the needs of people with dementia and their caregivers.
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Rev. Dr. Michael Piazza shares his own frustrations - and a new perspective - on his mother's memory loss in Today.
Doing Good Together invites families to Help the Elderly
By volunteering with older people, children learn to celebrate aging and the wisdom our seniors can offer.
Kaleo Center's Encore is a seven month seminar for adults age 55 and over seeking to discern and build their Encore chapter of purpose and meaning. The course focuses on identifying and addressing critical issues of aging, transition, spirituality and social purpose. The class provides a supportive environment of co-travelers exploring their Encore chapter.
Artist Paula Decker Bender is a trained artist educator who works with people of all ages dealing with memory loss using art to tell personal stories and share memories. Paula intends to train others in this life-affirming method of engaging art to share history and develop a sense of belonging and has free curriculum available for artists interested in pursuing this community effort.