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Cherk, Creating Chinese Brush Paintings in His Later LifeTweet This Post
Listen to excerpts from the presentation “Poetic Movement” by Dr. Ilene Serlin, PhD, a psychologist and registered dance/movement therapist in San Francisco and Marin County. Dr. Serlin presented this keynote address at AgeSong’s Poetics of Aging Conference, November 2011.Tweet This Post
AgeSong of San Francisco participates in an extraordinary array of exciting festivals and cultural activities each year. This weekend we attended the Obon Festival, which is the largest festival in Japantown with two days of games, food and cultural demonstrations. In the evenings, amazing Taiko and over 500 dancers in full costume bring the night alive.
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Ray Hill, Hearing Aid Specialist, to present at AgeSong, Bayside Park
Monday, July 16, 6:45 pm.
Why do we and our clients benefit by optimum hearing? Did you know there is a direct link between hearing loss and dementia? In a recent study conducted at John Hopkins researchers found that people who are hard of hearing have increased odds of developing dementia as they age. READ MORE…Tweet This Post
As a great writer we enjoy once wrote:
“I’ve come to believe that what we want and need most of all is to
experience a sense of welcome in our own homes.”
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AgeSong at Bayside Park promotes physical, social, psychological, and spiritual wellness. The elder community has engaged in several wellness projects this spring/summer:
Read about each project in the June issue of the AgeSong at Bayside Park newsletter.Tweet This Post
Why do we and our clients benefit by optimum hearing? Did you know there is a direct link between hearing loss and dementia? In a recent study conducted at John Hopkins researchers found that people who are hard of hearing have increased odds of developing dementia as they age, and the worse their hearing, the greater their risk. However, and this is the crucial part, that same report goes on to state that “hearing aids…could delay or prevent dementia by improving patients’ hearing”. MORE…Tweet This Post