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One Woman’s Way to Inspire Dementia-Friendly Spirit

May 03, 2017

At 'Rock the House,' local residents came together to allay stigma and empower people living with memory loss.

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‘With Us Every Step of the Way:’ A Tribute

February 10, 2017

Andrew McCormick, a social worker at Harborview Medical Center for the last 23 years, acts as a guide for families after a dementia diagnosis. Upon his retirement, we reflect on the real difference he's made in people's lives and his contributions to his clinic team.

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Collaborating for Statewide Innovation in Dementia Care Policy

February 02, 2017

Behind the scenes of our shared effort to improve memory loss care and community opportunities in WA State.

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Encore of the Art of Alzheimer’s

December 30, 2016

Come see this pioneering exhibit of thought-provoking art by vibrant people with memory loss or dementia.

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Highlights of the 2016 UW Elder Friendly Futures Conference

September 20, 2016

The event featured transformative views on clinical care in geriatrics and neurology, research, and creative community improvements.

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Life with dementia: Seniors expand children’s awareness

August 24, 2016

The pioneering group of the Our Time Has Come workshop has culminated in a community action project to raise dementia awareness in the younger generation. [VIDEO]

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When Theatre and Neuroscience Collide

July 05, 2016

Behind the scenes of 'A Few Things Remain,' our play about memory, family, and dementia for Infinity Box Theatre's Centrifuge.

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Inside the Music of Momentia

May 26, 2016

A celebration of Seattle's dementia-friendly community programs bids a musical farewell to the Art of Alzheimer's

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Time to Redefine Successful Aging

April 06, 2016

An anthropologist explains why the popular American notion of ‘successful aging’ sets friendships up to fail after a memory loss diagnosis, and how we can all push back

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An Artistic Take on Dementia Care

February 19, 2016

Collaborative research demonstrates meaningful benefits of arts engagement for people living with memory loss and dementia.

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The Art of Alzheimer’s

February 19, 2016

A new art exhibit shines a light on Seattle’s progress in becoming a dementia-friendly city

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