Museum hosts art therapy tours for patients with dementia

04/17/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The Rubin Museum of Art in Manhattan, N.Y., is one of several museums that offer tours designed for patients with dementia. The museum, working with the Alzheimer's Association, hosts a 90-minute tour called "Mindful Connections" that provides Alzheimer's patients with a new way to connect with their surroundings and a welcome change of pace for caregivers.

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