Gail Gregory Shares Her Fabulous Talent on Dementia and the Arts

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Gail Gregory Shares Her Fabulous Talent on Dementia and the Arts

Gail Gregory is an exceptional artist with a heart of gold who shares not only a variety of her artwork but also her approach to living well with dementia. She uses art as a support tool to help her express her emotions and revel in the everyday beauty that surrounds us all. Gail’s art brings her comfort and pulls others into her world sharing the joy art can bring to those who experience it.  Her photography is frequently featured on news channels. You will see some of her watercolors, ink drawings, and dimensional pieces just to name a few types of mediums.

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Dementia and the Arts – Busting Stigmas By Highlighting Possibilities

Dementia and the Arts™ educational videos were developed to lift the voices of people living with dementia while raising awareness of their abilities. Mary Crescenzo and Lori La Bey Co-host the program and discuss the whens and whys of how each Artist got involved with art, along with what they get out of creating it, and other people’s reactions to it. Individuals share the techniques they use, how they adapt as the disease progresses, and how their emotions are expressed through their work.

We know Dementia and the Arts know no boundaries and feel it’s important to be inclusive of all people no matter what form of dementia they are living with. We work hard to accommodate time zone differences around the world so we don’t exclude people due to their location. ​

Dementia and the Arts – Busting Stigmas By Highlighting Possibilities

Gail’s Blog – Too Young for Dementia


Twitter    @GailGreg59728262


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In 2024, we changed our structure to feature individuals on an episode as well as their care partner’s voice to share their thoughts on how art can improve the quality of life for a person living with dementia.

Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder​

All levels of artwork and all forms of art are welcome. Here is a brief list of types of art: painting, coloring, woodworking, photography, dance, song, music, poetry… and more. ​

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 Our Partners

Dementia Action Alliance, known as DDA

DAA Facebook page – Arts and Dementia

Forget Me Not Facebook group

2024 Recording Dates will be on the 1st Wednesday of the Month. If this doesn’t work for you we will try to accommodate a date that will.

We love partnering with all organizations that support those living with dementia by encouraging and empowering them to get creative. ​

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Maude’s Awards gives three annual $25,000 awards to organizations and up to five $5,000 awards to individuals excelling in one of four categories of care for persons living with dementia and care partners.

Applications for the 2024 Awards are open– apply by May 13!

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Our Panel today consists of Craig Hanke, Ginger Smith, Harry Urban, Laurie Scherrer, Jennifer Bute, and Truthful Loving Kindness who are all living with dementia.  You will hear about when they got diagnosed, how their diagnosis has changed over the years, and how they are living life well with a form of dementia.  Some of our panelists have been living 15 to 20  plus years with dementia!

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