This article, recently published in The Lancet, talks about quality of life concerns for our world’s aging population. Continue reading
Check out the awesome video created by Jim Knox Photography featuring a song written and produced by Larry Berwald at Soul Haven Studios showing how TAO programs are impacting the lives of the under-served members of our community. Continue reading
Donna’s Instruments of Art Blog Artist, teacher, writer, speaker, and friend Donna Iona Drozda has shared her story of creating a masterful Instrument of Art for Tidewater Art’s Outreach. The piece will be auctioned at our upcoming Gala and Auction, … Continue reading
Repost from TAO Artist Zach Bridges
Zach Bridges writes eloquently about his experience as a TAO artist at a Portsmouth, VA nursing home. Using lessons learned from our artist manual and coupling it with his own talents and tenacity, he created some intimate and very special moments for deserving, yet under-served seniors in our community. Kudos to Zach! and encouragement to all our artists to always strive to connect with the participants in your program. They are just like you and me, only older.
April 12, 2012
Tagged arts in healthcare, culture change, elderly, hospice, long term care, music, nursing home, seniors, singing, stroke