Forum Highlights the Healing Power of the Humanities in the Health Care of Older Adults

“Thomas is a testament to the power of movement and dance to support vital aging — physical, mental, social, and spiritual — and his presence helps shift perceptions in audiences about older age,” said Gay Hanna, Ph.D., M.F.A, executive director of the National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA) and co-principal investigator on a collaborative project with the Washington D.C. Area Geriatric Education Center Consortium (WAGECC) that compiled regional best practices in the integration of arts and humanities in the health care of older adults.

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