Cafés for Care Partners

A Bit of Relief From the Daily Grind

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.


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What People Are Saying


  • Thank you for including me in the Christmas wreath making experience. I appreciate your kindness in sending me the variety of materials… I thoroughly enjoyed it! Thank you again , more importantly, for reminding me to carve out time to do the things I love.

    — Pat D., Care Partner
  • That was wonderful. Laura’s garden is a joy. Many things grow in her garden besides plants . . . including friends, critters, and community. It was nice today to hear all the voices and stories. Some laughter. Memories. A couple stories took me back many years to my mother’s garden – a small, but overflowing patch in Drexel Hill. Haven’t thought about that in years. Today, it felt as if I was there. Priceless.

    –– Peggy W., Care Partner
  • I can not thank you enough for the wonderful wreath making program. It was a pleasure spending time with such lovely people. Zoe was amazing and I love my wreath.

    Maggie P., Care Partner
  • I want to express my appreciation for the wonderful Victorian Christmas Card program. Special thanks for providing the supplies and zoom presentation. My daughter and I had a great time exercising our creative juices… what fun! Please express our appreciation to Hildy and Woodmere Museum for the abundance of materials and her informative program.

    Pat D., Care Partner
  • My father and I were not close at all before his dementia. It was really the ARTZ programs that allowed us to do something together and start a relationship that has me feeling more connected to him than ever. For the first time in my life I love the time we spend together. You bring out the best in both of us and [create] an environment where people with the brain changes that come from dementia can flourish and share the talents they have developed because of the 'disease.'

    –– Sarah O., Care Partner

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