Therapeutic Recreation Resources

Dementia Awarness

Health Awarness

House of Memories is a museum-led dementia awareness program which offers training, access to resources, and museum-based activities to enable care practitioners to provide person-centred care for people living with dementia.

The primary purpose of the Arts Health Network is to increase public awareness, understanding and appreciation of the contributions of arts-based initiatives to Canada’s public health care system.

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Care and Relationships

National Centre for Creative Aging

TimeSlips offers an elegantly simple revolution in elder care by infusing creativity into care relationships and systems. In a time when we deny aging and isolate our elders, TimeSlips provides hope and improves well-being through creativity and meaningful connection.

The National Center for Creative Aging is dedicated to fostering an understanding of the vital relationship between creative expression and healthy aging, and to developing programs that build upon this understanding.

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Making Art Accessible to
People with Dementia

BC Council for Families

Program was developed by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, NY, as a community outreach for people with dementia and their caregivers.

The BC Council for Families celebrates your family’s uniqueness. They want you and your family to keep flourishing and prospering, they have dedicated staff and resources to provide families with education programs and assets that help yours grow stronger and even more resilient.

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