Anne Basting, PhD
The Foundation was most grateful to have been the hosts earlier this month for noted author Anne Basting, PhD, here in Cleveland for three days. Local audiences had the opportunity to learn more about her work and insight in dementia and elder care. Anne shared her positive approach and fundamental aspects of enriching lives by bringing light and joy to others. From her TimeSlips (TM) experience that encourages storytelling and active listening to engaging methods of theater and improvisation, Anne shared beautiful examples of all. Guests were offered time for questions and each shared their respect and admiration for Anne’s work.
Anne’s Book,
“Creative Care – A Revolutionary Approach to DEMENTIA and ELDER CARE”¬†is available for purchase at the Center for Artful Living.
We are thankful for the following organizations that made her visit possible:
Based on the latest COVID statistics for the State of Ohio, masks are strongly encouraged for all, and required for non-vaccinated guests while inside the Center for Artful Living.
We take precautions in maintaining the cleanliness of the building and equipment.
Farrell Foundation Board
The Heartful Living Cafe
Tuesday, June 21st at 2pm
Come enjoy piano music led by pianist Barb Wilberg. Participants will sing along to Barb’s music selections related to our June theme. There will be music for everyone! Virtual guests will receive a separate email invitation.
Sweet Arts Cafe
Wednesday, June 22nd
11am – Noon
Brown Bag Lunch
Noon – 1pm
Art Activity Program
Be with us for lunchtime! Bring a brown bag lunch and we’ll provide a beverage and dessert. At Noon, Resident Artist Richard Skerl will
co-host with Jerry Devis in an art experience related to the June theme. Virtual guests will receive a separate email invitation.
Virtual Programs will be hosted ONLY on Fridays for the next 4 weeks: June 24, July 1, July 8 and July 15th
After those dates, all virtual programs will resume as usual.
Celebrate the Arts
Friday, June 24th
Spend Friday afternoon with us as Music Therapist Sara Williams from MTEC, Music Therapy Enrichment Center, will provide a variety of songs and related fun activities. Join us in person or virtually. Virtual guests will receive a separate email invitation.
Our Sympathy goes out to
Diana Smith on the recent loss of
her dear mom, Margaret Schwan.
We extend our best to her
and her family.
Joe Shaw (L) and Ike Brooks (R) from Baseball Memories put on a wonderful presentation about America’s favorite summer pastime – baseball!
Pianist Erica Collins entertained our guests in Wednesday’s Sweet Arts Cafe with some beautiful piano music during lunch before the exercise program.
Exercise Specialist Jen Dahler leads the group in some light chair exercise in Wednesday’s Sweet Arts Cafe.
Participants Francoise and Bill take part in the chair exercise program on Wednesday.
Volunteer Gena helps participant Jennifer to display her wonderful baseball art project. The program was led by Jerry Devis.
Participants Pat and Betsy with Bill’s baseball art project.
It looks great!