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Looking for a new way to communicate with your loved one living with Alzheimer’s or another dementia?  Have you wondered what it would be like to try play acting or improvisation?  This is your chance!

Around the world people are using the arts and improvisation as a new and creative way to approach memory loss and dementia. This class will show you how play, improvisation, and performance are especially valuable tools for more creatively navigating the dementia journey. It is open to everyone including caregivers and people living with dementia.

Participants will:

  •  Become familiar with the practice of improvisation as a valuable relationship-building activity in all aspects of their lives
  •  Apply and practice basic improvisation games and theater exercises

We hope you join us and find joy in even the most challenging of life’s situations.


This workshop is led by Mary Fridley and Susan Massad of East Side Institute In New York City.


Registration is required to receive the Zoom link to participate.  

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