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“Silver or Gold?”

| In the News

Joanne Chiao, a medical student, explains how her OMA partner taught her that behind the disease there is a person. Her experiences of listening to her artist served her later on in a patient...
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Featured Site, Fall 2018 – The Christian Villa...

| Featured Sites

Jackie Davis, Director of Life Enrichment at The Christian Village at Mt. Healthy in Cincinnati, Ohio (class of 2016), shared her tips and stories below. She started small, completing a six-week...
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Creative Aging Training in Korea

| OMA Updates

In Korea, there are over 725,000 people living with dementia. In 2030, this number will increase to 1.2 million and in 2050 to 2.7 million people. So, how can the arts be applied to improve the...
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“Art program has positive effects on residents...

| In the News

Carol Elliott, President and CEO of Jewish Home Family Facilities in New Jersey, explains how OMA has impacted residents at her facilities. She also offers tips for successful implementation of the...
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New Friends Care program addresses dementia through art

| In the News

Friends Care Community is currently implementing a new program to aid residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia — by helping them express themselves through art. Opening...
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Newsletter – Summer 2018

| OMA Updates

In this newsletter, learn about upcoming training, NEW facility membership, available funding, OMA at St. Joseph Manor and ARTZ Philadelphia (our Featured Sites this quarter), and other...
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