Agreeing to Remember (2017-04-15-SAT)
Agreeing to Remember is a unique workshop for caregivers and loved ones of those affected by dementia which uses principles of improvisation as its base. Learning to go with the flow and accepting others’ realities goes a long way in dementia care as well as performing improv.
This fun and educational workshop taught by Rachael Wonderlin and Christopher Wright brings the two together to create a unique approach to caring for patients or loved ones who are living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Our goal is to bring people who are experiencing the same hardships together for socialization, learning, and laughs.
Date and Time: SATURDAY, April 15th at 1pm-330pm
Tuition: $35.00 (Register before Friday, March 31st and save 15%!)
Rachael Wonderlin has a Master’s in Gerontology and works as the Director of Dementia Care at a local senior living community. Her book, “When Someone You Know Is Living in a Dementia Care Community,” will be on shelves fall 2016. She has over seven years of experience doing improv comedy, including being a member of …
Christopher Wright has a Master’s in Education and six years of experience in improv, including having instructed over a hundred students in his career as a teacher and coach. He has also worked in the assisted living and nursing home industries for the past twelve years in many different capacities, including as an aide, a …