ARTZ Philadelphia

Cafés for Care Partners

We launched this series of programs especially for the care partners of people living with dementia (usually family members but sometimes close friends playing the same role) to provide engaging, stimulating experiences and relief from the daily grind. 

o

In this time of prescribed physical distancing, we are offering a complementary but distinctly different Rx — we’re calling it ARTZ-Connect. 

 

We have suspended our in-person programs to protect the health and safety of our program participants, our staff, and our community. But many of our programs are available online (including some new ones created just in the past six months) and once the widespread availability of proven vaccines make it possible, our in-person programs will be added back into the mix again. Stay with us!

zWhat to Expect in this Programy

Click the arrows to scroll through

zWhat People are Sayingy

Click the arrows to see more blocks

“My weeks are so much better when they include ARTZ…!” –SARAH O., Care Partner

EXPLORE UPCOMING EVENTS
  • Café for Care Partners: Uplifting Ourselves and One Another Through Dance and Expressive Movement
    We will be using Zoom to connect with you.
    Feb 25, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
    We will be using Zoom to connect with you.
    Share
  • Coffee Clatch for Care Partners
    We will be using Zoom to connect with you.
    Mar 05, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
    We will be using Zoom to connect with you.
    Join us virtually with a cup of coffee or tea as we check in with each other.
    Share
  • Café for Care Partners: Philadelphia's Magic Gardens Tour - Welcome Spring!
    We will be using Zoom to connect with you.
    Mar 23, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
    We will be using Zoom to connect with you.
    Join us for a virtual tour and art making experience!
    Share
PROGRAM NEWS & STORIES
 
 
 
 

Follow Us On:

Phone: 610.721.1606  |  Email: info@artzphilly.org

1229 Chestnut St., #188 , Philadelphia, PA 19107

Copyright © 2020 ARTZ Philadelphia. Website Design by Wyndetryst.

Photos: Raymond Holman, Jr. and Linda Ruth Paskell / Peek-A-View Photography