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Alzheimer's Poetry Project, Leadership Award Winner

Don't miss out on your chance to win $5,000 to begin a new arts program, or a continue an exisiting one in your health care facility, school, or community setting! 

MetLife Foundation Creativity and Aging in America Technical Assistance Grant:
Deadline: June 1, 2012

This Technical Assistance Grant provides monetary support to develop an arts and aging program in three areas: Lifelong Learning, Health and Wellness, and Community Engagement.  Each grant in the amount of $5,000 will support:

Mentorship:  Your site will bring one of the MetLife Foundation Leadership Award Winners to provide onsite technical assistance.  The Leadership Award Winner will mentor senior staff and will help train staff, partnering organizations, and community members in developing an arts program in their healthcare, educational or community setting.

Best Practice Forum:  A half-day forum bringing together programs, organizations, individuals and community partners dedicated to arts, education, health, social work, and aging in the community.

Apply Online! 

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A class for seniors allowing them to reclaim their muse for creativity through journaling and collage.  A series of weeklymonthly assignments combining prose/poetry and visuals reflecting meaning making in their lives.

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