Re: [teacherartexchange] fine art + Alzheimers
Thank you for posting the links to the Alzheimers and Art articles.
As I approach my later years, loss of my memory is my major concern.
For one who suffers from Sometimers now, I don't want it to get worse.
If it happens, perhaps someone will wheel me into a museum so I can
enjoy exposure to beautiful things. Along with beautiful women, wine
and good food - art ranks up there with the best of life.
On Jul 12, 2006, at 6:18 PM, Sears, Ellen wrote:
> I heard about a story that was going to be on the nightly news a
> of weeks ago - then forgot to watch... on Alzheimers and fine art -
> connection. Just remembered to check on it and found this article
> I thought this was interesting to:
> and here is a link to the news story:
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