Veterans Day Spotlight: Artist Book Highlights Fifty Men and Women Who Have Served the United States in this Collection of Portraits

We the People: Portraits of Veterans in America by Mary Whyte We the People goes beyond the heroic archetype soldiers and veterans hold. Instead, artist Mary Whyte celebrates the roles these men and women have taken on since their return to civilian life. More, Mary Whyte embarks on a seven-year journey that admittedly takes her […]

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An Interview with the AlzAuthors Team, a Collector of Stories and Personal Journey’s through Dementia and Alzheimer’s

I had a fabulous discussion with the AlzAuthor’s team earlier this year.  These five amazing women all have their own personal journey’s with Alzheimer’s and have join forces to share and raise awareness so that other’s experiencing Alzheimer’s, or dementia do not have to feel alone. The AlzAuthor’s Team  Jean Lee lives with her husband […]

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An Interview with the AlzAuthors Team, a Collector of Stories and Personal Journey’s through Dementia and Alzheimer’s

I had a fabulous discussion with the AlzAuthor’s team this week.  These five amazing women all have their own personal journey’s with Alzheimer’s and have join forces to share and raise awareness so that other’s experiencing Alzheimer’s, or dementia do not have to feel alone. The AlzAuthor’s Team  Jean Lee lives with her husband in […]

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How to Start an Activities Program for Older Adults

Guest Post Author: Danny W. Pettry, II, M.Ed., LPC, NCC, CTRS | www.DannyPettry.com A Review of Sandra Parker, Carol Will, and Cherly Bruke’s (1989) Activities for the Elderly Book Title: Activities for the Elderly, Volume 1: A Guide to Quality Programming Authors: Sandra Parker, Carol Will, and Cheryl Burke Released: 1989 Publisher:  Idyll Arbor ISBN: 9781882883004 Starting a recreation […]

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