Posts Tagged ‘NYU’
A Poem By Carole Roth (video)
A Poem By Carole Roth (video)

by Chris Moore A Poem by Carole Roth Version 1 from Chris Moore on Vimeo. For millennia poetry has been used to tell stories and to stir emotions. Now it’s being used to treat memory loss. Links: New York Memory Center: http://nymemorycenter.org Alzheimer’s Poetry Project: http://www.alzpoetry.com Title for Print: “Aging Creatively” Related Stories: Aging Creatively Arts and […]

Catering to and Utilizing an Older Generation
Catering to and Utilizing an Older Generation

by Dezelle Bennett “If you ask a 60-year-old, they’re not going to tell you they’re a senior because they do not want to be correlated with the word,” said Elvira Yanes, the Program Director at Encore Community Services located on West 49th street in Times Square But, the Baby Boomers and their successors will be joining […]

English Language Learners: Breakthroughs and Barricades (video)

by Faith E. Briggs English Language Learners: Breakthroughs and Barricades from Faith E. Briggs on Vimeo.   Between Little Italy, Chinatown, and Spanish Harlem, New York City is home to a lot of languages, but for older people who don’t speak English, daily tasks can be difficult to accomplish.   Related Links: The Maura Clarke-Ita […]