Tag Archive: University of Missouri-St. Louis

Apr 18

#CASEfest. Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement. Welcome to Newsletter 3

View this email in your browser ABOUT: Welcome to the third edition of the Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement newsletter! This is the first area wide festival dedicated to our community’s older adult population. The festival will be from Thursday, 28th April to Sunday, 7th May 2016 and will showcase creative work, promote arts-related aging …

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Nov 02

Lynn/Maturity and Its Muse Leads Panel at Women in the Arts #Alzheimers #dementia

“…will be participating on a panel at the upcoming Women in the Arts Conference at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, November 6-8. The panel, Maturity and Its Muse: Using Visual Art to Positively Impact the Alzheimer’s Population, will discuss the Museum’s Kemper Art Reaches Everyone (KARE) program. KARE is designed for adults with early to moderate Alzheimer’s and their …

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Aug 06

Paid Research for Caregivers: Managing Healthcare and Medications for an Older Loved One

Previously, I shared some info with you all about a program at UMSL…here is more. If you live in the UMSL service area (St. Louis, MO, USA) and are interested, they are nice folks…so give them a call. Good Luck! Our research lab, at the University of Missouri- St. Louis, is excited to tell you …

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May 01

Robyn Stone, PhD LeadingAge May 8 @WashU St. Louis, MO

Robyn I. Stone, PhD, noted researcher and leading international authority on aging and long-term care policy, will deliver the 2014 Friedman Lecture Thursday, May 8, in Brown Hall on the Danforth Campus of Washington University in St. Louis. Stone will speak on “Developing the Workforce for an Aging America.” Given the aging of the population, …

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Apr 21

Caregivers: R U St. Louis Based

This just in my mailbox. What a wonderful opportunity for Caregivers to participate in a Paid Research Project!     Paid Research for Caregivers: Managing Healthcare and Medications for an Older Loved One Our research lab, at the University of Missouri- St. Louis, is excited to tell you that there is a new research opportunity …

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Apr 09

In Celebration of 2014 Careers in Aging Week

    Pictured above: Panel (I am in the center flanked by Steffanie D. Stewart and Dr. John Morley) for “In Celebration of 2014 Careers in Aging Week,” discussion after free screening of “Grow Old Along With Me: The Poetry of Aging,” a documentary highlighting the connection between aging and creativity. This event sponsored locally …

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