Loraine Halis Lecture On The Art And Science Of Caregiving | Winter 2018 Newsletter

Connect to Culture: An Artist’s Perspective on Caregiving RSVP Online Join us as our distinguished panel discusses the role of the arts in dementia caregiving. How can the arts influence your caregiving experience? Listen as a world renowned architect details how caring for his mother inspired him to return to his first love of painting portraits which capture the dimensions of time and memory. You will also hear how CaringKind’s connect2culture® program partners with NYC’s cultural institutions in helping caregivers and the person in their care, build stronger connections to one another wh [...]

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Annual Meeting Recap | Winter 2018 Newsletter

Competing Paradigms in Alzheimer’s Research: Are We Closer to a Cure? James Campbell James Campbell is a freelance writer based in New York City. He holds an MA in International Affairs from The New School and has written for various academic, non-profit and human rights organizations. (From left) Dr. Max Gomez, Dr. Sam Gandy, Dr. Peter Davies, Dr. Robert Moir On an unseasonably warm evening in late October, CaringKind brought some of the top minds in Alzheimer’s research to the Times Center in New York City for its 30th Annual Research Meeting. The event, Competing Paradigms in Alzheime [...]

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