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B Sharp Arts Engagement and business training Feb 2016

By: Cyndy Tuesday February 9, 2016 comments Tags: Business Trainings

Old Town Library staff, Feb 2016


Last Saturday, 20 couples who are engaged in the B Sharp Arts Engagement program attended their 3rd Masterworks Symphony performance at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center.  These couples are participating in the collaborative community program, studying how music affects not just the people with dementia, but also how attending the symphony impacts their care partners as well.  (See multiple media stories about the B Sharp program linked to this website.)

Today, The Poudre River Public Library District demonstrated how it strives to be a "continuously learning organization,"  and a "dynamic, responsive, and integral" presence in our community.  The staff at the Old Town Library participated in dementia-awareness education, becoming the first dementia-friendly library in Northern Colorado!  Harmony Library and Council Tree Library are next!  :)  We are so fortunate here in Northern Colorado to have people in businesses and organizations committed to working together for the greater good of us all.  


About the Author: Cyndy

Cyndy Luzinski is an advanced practice nurse and dementia practitioner. She is a strong advocate for community collaboration and providing relationship-based/person-centered dementia care.  She is the founder and executive director of the non-profit, volunteer initiative to build and sustain "Dementia-Friendly Communities of Northern Colorado®."  Cyndy enjoys one on one consultation with families, dementia-friendly business training, and facilitating a dementia care partners' support group and three Memory Cafes.  She is passionate about helping people discover that there is still a lot of living to do and joy to be shared even when dementia becomes part of the life journey.