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Alzheimer's Foundation of America

Music & Performances - Virtual -

Creative Arts Therapies & Art - Virtual -


Music & Art Caregiver Resources:

Music Mends Minds

MMM is a nonprofit that creates musical support groups for individuals with Alzheimer's dementia, Parkinson's, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and other neurological disorders.

Time Slips


"Bringing meaning & purpose into the lives of elders through creative engagement"

Frame of Mind - Opening Exhibit

Elderwise art at The Memory Hub

Welcome to the opening exhibit of the Memory Hub art gallery! Frame of Mind celebrates the creativity and passion of people living with memory loss.

The paintings on display were created by participants in the Elderwise Day Program, which provides art and social engagement for adults living with memory loss. Using a wet-on-wet watercolor technique, Elderwise participants find freedom to play with color and explore new ways to express the essence of who they are. We hope that these paintings will help remind us that we are whole regardless of physical or cognitive changes and that we can continue to experience joy and beauty throughout our lives.

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art continues its “Look Again” guided art discussion program for people with memory loss and families, from 10-11 a.m. every 1st Friday of the month.

here:now Artwork Discussion

Tuesdays, April 25, May 30, June 27, 1 – 2 PM

Presented by Frye Art Museum

Explore art from the comfort of your home in a facilitated, small-group discussion with a museum educator. Designed for adults living with dementia and their care partners, here:now is a free arts engagement program that celebrates present-moment awareness and new possibilities for creative expression. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. 

For more information or to register, call 206-432-8265 or email.

Silver Kite Community Arts

Dancing, Art, Singing, and More.

Re-Ignite the Mind with Improv]


Taproot Theatre’s “Re-Ignite the Mind” classes are designed for students with Early Stage Memory Loss (ESML). Class sessions are taught by professional theatre artists and are designed to fit the needs of your class participants. Students find immediate success and improved quality of life as they learn new things, interact socially and live creatively in the moment. 

In-Person Classes are back starting Tuesday, March 14! 

Re-Ignite the Mind with Improv – Second Tuesday of each month!

Improv students engage fully in the present moment which makes improv a perfect theatre class for individuals with Early Stage Memory Loss (ESML). There is no memory requirement, just the delight of participating in a creative experience that releases the imagination while giving a sense of accomplishment, self-confidence and social enrichment.

Dates: Second Tuesday of Every Month
Times: 12:45pm – 1:45pm
Location: Greenwood Senior Center (just up the street from Taproot Theatre!) – parking available at the senior center parking lot!

To Register: Email

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