June 26, 2022
11:56 pm— 11:56 pm

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The Joy of Art

The Education Center at Van Dyck Law Group 707 State Road, Suite 107, Princeton, NJ

  It is becoming increasingly evident – initiatives that help people with Alzheimer’s get involved in art and other creative activity obtain surprising results. Scientists have discovered that Alzheimer’s disease normally spares, to a very large extent, the parts of the brain related to emotions, creativity, and creative expression. Join us as we explore, discuss […]

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The Joy of Art

The Education Center at Van Dyck Law Group 707 State Road, Suite 107, Princeton, NJ

  It is becoming increasingly evident – initiatives that help people with Alzheimer’s get involved in art and other creative activity obtain surprising results. Scientists have discovered that Alzheimer’s disease normally spares, to a very large extent, the parts of the brain related to emotions, creativity, and creative expression. Join us as we explore, discuss […]

Recurring

The Joy of Art

The Education Center at Van Dyck Law Group 707 State Road, Suite 107, Princeton, NJ

  It is becoming increasingly evident – initiatives that help people with Alzheimer’s get involved in art and other creative activity obtain surprising results. Scientists have discovered that Alzheimer’s disease normally spares, to a very large extent, the parts of the brain related to emotions, creativity, and creative expression. Join us as we explore, discuss […]

Recurring

The Joy of Art

The Education Center at Van Dyck Law Group 707 State Road, Suite 107, Princeton, NJ

  It is becoming increasingly evident – initiatives that help people with Alzheimer’s get involved in art and other creative activity obtain surprising results. Scientists have discovered that Alzheimer’s disease normally spares, to a very large extent, the parts of the brain related to emotions, creativity, and creative expression. Join us as we explore, discuss […]

Recurring

The Joy of Art

The Education Center at Van Dyck Law Group 707 State Road, Suite 107, Princeton, NJ

  It is becoming increasingly evident – initiatives that help people with Alzheimer’s get involved in art and other creative activity obtain surprising results. Scientists have discovered that Alzheimer’s disease normally spares, to a very large extent, the parts of the brain related to emotions, creativity, and creative expression. Join us as we explore, discuss […]