Every Picture Tells A Story A New Way of Looking at Memory Loss
A Painterly Hand Designing Painting Experiences that Mine The Imagination And Unlock Intuitive Expression Followed by Art Gallery Exhibition of Works.
Art, Culture & Inclusion = Health Looking at a Variety of Art & Culture-Based Programs, Resources & Tools That Promote Health and Well Being For Individuals with Memory Loss & Care Partners
An Interactive Film Experience For Adults With Memory Loss & Caregivers (Can be developed in variety of community settings) How To Create An Interactive Cinema Program That Builds New Social, Emotional & Cognitive Connections That Foster Health and Well Being Designing A Museum Experience For Adults With Memory Loss & Caregivers (Can be developed in a variety of community settings) How to Choose Artworks, Art Conversations & Creative Expression Activities That Foster Freedom of Expression, Health & Well Being
Designing A Photovoice Project Initiative With Community Exhibition Exploring The Tools of Cameras & Writing: A Participatory Action Research Initiative For Empowerment, Expression That Builds Community Awareness About The Lived Experience in Memory Loss
Georgia O'Keefe: Lessons For Living Well with Memory Loss Creative Thinking & Creative Living Principles of A Pioneering Female Artist: Wellness Practices For Living with Memory Loss
Art Studio Experience Building A Creative Practice Through Expressive Materials Exploration, Sensory Imagination & Montessori & Reggia Emilia Methods
Creative Journaling: Unlocking The Creative Instinct, Celebrating Life Story & Preserving Legacy For Family & Friends
Peggy Cahill, M.Ed., is a professional teaching artist, sculptor of programs & workshop leader. She has a Master's degree in Education from Lesley University and teacher certification from Shady Hill Teacher training program. She directed the ARTZ (Artists for Alzheimer’s) Museum Network for 3 years and went on to develop four new museum programs for older adults with memory loss in Massachusetts and Maine. She has witnessed the power of the arts to create new and sustaining connections that foster hope and well being, and believes the arts are a healing tool for everyone to explore, express and empower.