Gail Arpin-Finck, CDATA-l, CBIS
Cognitive Rehabilitation Specialist
Certified Brain Injury Specialist
Certified Dementia Practitioner
Neuro Art Therapy (NAT) is art-based rehabilitation for cognitive deficits due to--
Cognitive Fitness Programs for All Ages
Based in neuro science, NAT creative therapy programs are designed to help improve cognition and revitalize the brain.
Participants engage the creative process as it works to strengthen the brain
Fun, challenging activities draw upon the neuro aspects of art--color, line, design-- and movement in structured process.
Improved cognition promotes healthier living
Developmental, art- based exercise stimulates therapeutic drives in the brain, to--
AGING - WHAT'S ART GOT TO DO WITH IT?
By Barbara Bagan, PhD, ATR-BC
Making Art Helps Improve Brain Function
A German study testing the neural effects of art on the brain (of new retirees ages 62-70) showed that making art improves functional connectivity and may delay or even negate age-related decline of certain cognitive functions while building resilience in the brain.
How Art Changes Your Brain. Anne Bolwerk et. al. (Published: July 1, 2014; DOI 10.1371/ journal.pone. 0101035)
It's wonderful to see the results of the work you do with our folks.
Your program is the most popular event here!