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The January Challenge 2017 – All Together Now – 64 Million Artists

Make January 2017 Your Month of Creativity:

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          The January Challenge is a wonderful new initiative in the UK. 110 more words

The world in lens of autistic children[1]- Chinadaily.com.cn

Understanding Autism Through Creativity:

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          This is an extraordinary exhibition of work by young people with autism, the results of a collaborative project in China. 152 more words

The Village of Arts and Humanities – A multifaceted arts organization dedicated to community revitalization through the arts.

A “Beacon of Hope” in Philadelphia, the Village of Arts and Humanities:

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          I have posted several times about the work of Lily Yeh and Barefoot Artists. 180 more words

Insights on Creativity from the NCCA Conference

The National Center for Creative Aging, A “Beacon of Hope”

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          The National Center for Creative Aging is one of the “Beacons of Hope” organizations I am featuring in the first resource guide in my Living Through Creativity Series. 83 more words

Benefits of Arts for Older Adults

The Arts Improve Health for All Ages, New Directions in Healthcare:

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          One of the most important developments in healthcare over the last decade has been the increasing integration of the arts into medical practice. 111 more words

These soldiers at Walter Reed are making masks to reveal the hidden wounds of war. And to heal. - The Washington Post

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence at Walter Reed Hospital, A “Beacon of Hope”

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Art Therapy and Fear: Acknowledging the Dread | Psychology Today

Wise Words from Cathy Malchiodi:

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          Cathy Malchiodi is one of the most thoughtful expressive arts therapists practicing in the US today. 93 more words