From WFMY in North Carolina, an uplifting story of caregivers getting creative to help those they care for.
“This is where the Creative Aging Network-NC is stepping in and helping seniors like Sara, through art.
Lia Miller is the co-founder and executive director of the network. She said they’re sending creative kits over to senior living communities and doing virtual art lessons with the residents.
“I just made a big, fat mess, but I loved every minute of it,” Graueb said about her artwork.”
Keeping seniors engaged – mentally, physically, creatively, spiritually – is vitally important to their wellbeing. Bravo to the people who put in the work to help those in need.
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