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Assessing Creativity

The Creative-Expressive Abilities Assessment (CEAA) Tool is designed for obtaining in-depth information about the expressive abilities of seniors living with dementia. The Tool focuses on a wide range of abilities that have shown improvements when seniors participated in creative activity programs.

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Sylvia’s Story 

An Artist with Memory Impairment. A Compelling Story of Creativity and Dementia.
An active and engaged artist and teacher, Sylvia was diagnosed with dementia at retirement. When Dalia encouraged her participation in a creative activities program, their exploration of art and life took on new meaning.

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Activities Ideas

A Guide for Creative Expression Activities

e-Book with over 40 minutes of Video Sessions.
Working with Seniors with Early to Moderate Dementia symptoms.

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Welcome to Creative Activities

In 2006, Dalia Gottlieb-Tanaka, PhD and Hilary Lee, MSc merged their efforts to advocate and support people living with dementia by chairing the Society for the Arts in Dementia Care in Canada and in Australia. ..read more...

Hilary Lee of Dementia ActivitiesOur mission is to help caregivers, family and friends by sharing current information about creative activities, news & events and product information that may help to support older adults and people living with dementia.

 

Recent News

The Creative-Expressive Abilities Assessment Tool was recently updated to
Version 3
(as of March 2014). Here is a description of the tool benefits.

Customer Support

ArtScience Press
Suite 205, 3609 30th Avenue
Vernon, BC, Canada, V1T 2E6
Phone: 250.503.0117
Email: Dalia in Canada
Email: Hilary in Australia
Web:  Dementia-Activities.com

Stay Tuned

Periodically we will release new products or upgrades to existing product offerings. See our complete Product Catalog.

More Information about Events, Articles and News can be found on our sister site CECD-Society.org