ACT on Alzheimer's - Film Documentary: "I Remember Better When I Paint"

Nov 15th - 1:00 PM
Newman-Benson Chapel at Lyngblomsten - 1415 Almond Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108

ACT on Alzheimer's
Roseville Families & Friends:  Let's Take Action

Let's make Roseville more welcoming for people living with Alzheimer's and Dementia

Join us for a film documentary about dementia and the arts, plus facilitated discussion. 

I Remember Better When I Paint 
This is the compelling story of an American artist with Alzheimer's disease who was lost, agitated and withdrawn. Helped by students of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she began to paint again, regaining an interest in life and the people around her. The documentary shows how creative arts can help strengthen the still-vibrant imaginations of many people with dementia—and help us see those with Alzheimer's through a different lens. (54 minutes)

1–4 PM in the Newman-Benson Chapel at Lyngblomsten

FREE. Open to the public.
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Questions? Contact Janell Wampler at 651.604.3520

 All Fall 2015 Roseville ACT on Alzheimer's programs:

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Roseville ACT is sponsored by the Roseville Alzheimer's and Dementia Community Action Team (Rsvl A/D)—a consortium of community volunteers, service providers and government entities committed to making Roseville a more dementia-friendly community. Arthur's Residential Care, Inc. serves as the fiscal agent for the Roseville ACT on Alzheimer's project.