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Art Gives Fun and Meaning To Alzheimer’s Patients

The brush strokes are precise, the colors vibrant. See a Colorado art program help patients rise above dementia, while the paintings raise money for The Alzheimer's Association.
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This Colorado art program helps people with Alzheimer’s cope with their symptoms while raising money for The Alzheimer’s Association through the sale of their paintings. Watch now.

Editor’s Note: The Alzheimer’s Association Memories in the MakingĀ® (MIM) art program described in the above video is still taking place, as of 2023.


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B. Berger

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