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A Guide to Setting Up a Creative Art Experiences Program for Older Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Authors: Jane Harlan


This is a printed guide to setting up a creative art experiences program for older adults with developmental disabilities. The contents include:
- The creative art approach
- Benefits of creative art activities
- Appropriate materials
- Promoting successful art experiences
- Role of the group leader
- Responding to the art work
- Motivation
- Working with disabilities

The guide concludes with 15 ready-to-use activity plans

Click on the "Web Links" tab above to download a photocopied version (moderate quality) offered through ERIC. Though the book is out-of-print, there is also a link to its listing on Amazon.com where there are sometimes hard copies available for sale.

(Description and chapter titles taken from the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community Publications catalog).

Contact Info:
Organization:Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
Address:2853 East Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN 47408-2696

Web Links

Download the book as a PDF (moderate quality - photocopy)

Home page of the publisher, the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community

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