Accessible Art For Seniors with Alzheimer's

On Saturday, July 20, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection is offering its first accessible program for seniors.

Memory Lane Art Collection

Experience art to open up your memories. The Summertime Down Memory Lane Walking Tour is designed for seniors living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of memory loss. This interactive program exercises the brain to inspire emotion, creativity and expression in every brush stroke and drop of acrylic paint. By experiencing Canadian works of art from the Group of Seven, Inuit pieces and contemporary visionaries, participants will reconnect with their past through interpretation and nostalgia.

Is your loved one suffering from a form of dementia? Download our free eBook Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Handbook for advice and support.



A McMichael program leader will engage participants in guided conversation throughout select galleries. ?Participants requiring assistance must be accompanied by an attendant.

Program included with gallery admission. ?Registration is required.?Fore more details, visit the McMichael website.




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