Thursday November 29, 2012, from 7 – 9 PM at the Educational Center at Iona Senior Services. The evening is sponsored by The National Center for Creative Aging, George Washington University’s Center on Aging, Health and Humanities, and Iona Senior Services. A Conversational Reading with Wendy Miller from Sky Above Clouds: Finding our Way through Creativity, Aging and Illness Time Befor
I remember better when I Paint, Berna Hueber I remember better when I Puzzle with Me, Jane Snyder I remember better when I play Making Memories Together, Gene Cohen At first glance, each of these products appearsas a film, a puzzle, and a game, but really, each product is a reminiscence of the many R’s we all learn. These products are tools for remembering, reminding, recalling, reawakening, rene
The Levine Family Legacy is a Love Story——but not the usual love story. Oh sure, there is a romantic story here, but the real Love Story is with America and the Levines are an example of small town immigrants and their impact on American life. We have a story to tell—–it’s your story as well. Everyone came to America at some point as an immigrant—–every American
Since its inception in 1994 by geriatric psychiatrist and health care pioneer Dr. Gene Cohen, Washington DC Center on Aging (WDCCA) continues to launch innovative projects that focus on older people as a national resource.
Here are some of the current intergenerational and creative projects of WDCCA.