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Artis Senior Living of Reading

Artis Senior Living of Reading

781-872-1907

Artis Senior Living of Reading

Artis Dementia & The Arts Series: I Remember Better When I Paint

July 29, 2020 | 5:30 p.m.
Online Webinar
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Presented by Erica Curcio, Registered Art Therapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Dementia Practitioner, Opening Minds Through Art Facilitator and Alzheimer’s Association Support Group Facilitator.

Join us for a screening of “I Remember Better When I Paint,” a feature-length international documentary film about the positive impact of creating art and other creative therapies in people with Alzheimer’s disease. The film demonstrates how the creative arts can bypass some of the limitations of dementia. Hear Erica’s firsthand experiences of working with people who live with dementia and seeing those benefits firsthand.

Please Register By Monday, July 27th

Pizza Dinner Giveaway! Three winners will be chosen at random to receive a free pizza to be delivered prior to the webinar! Entry is optional.

You want your loved one to stay the person they’ve always been, regardless of memory loss.

At Artis, that’s our goal, too: Within the safety of our intimate Memory Care community, we keep them connected to what they love, learning every preference so they live with self-determination and purpose. It’s how we honor them and provide a level of customization you won’t find anywhere else. That’s why we call it The Artis Way.

We invite you to experience our elegant surroundings and exceptionally attentive, respectful, and loving care firsthand. 

For a personal tour, or answers to your questions, please feel free to contact us at 781-872-1907.

We look forward to meeting you and discussing how we can provide for your loved one’s specific needs!

Closer to Lexington? Check out our sister community at
430 Concord Ave, Lexington, MA 02421

The Artis Way :: Vintage Photo Collage

The Best Anniversary

My husband has aphasia and has lost his ability to speak. It’s very frustrating for him, and it’s a sadness for me too. So imagine my surprise when Artis helped him celebrate our wedding anniversary. When I visited him that day, residents and staff were all gathered around the room, carrying a banner the residents had made—with my husband in the center, holding a bouquet of flowers and a card for me! They even helped him sign his name on the card—something he hadn’t been able to do in years! In a way, it was one of our best anniversary celebrations. Thank you Artis, from the bottom of my heart.

The Artis Way