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Whom Do Arts Benefit Most? Older Adults


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  • Website: Next Avenue
  • Resource type: Blog

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According to research, arts can provide therapeutic benefits to older adults and improve physical and mental health. It can also help overcome some of the cognitive and physical challenges that come with aging. Read this resource to learn more.


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hobby, creativity, mental health


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Rated on: 6/4/2020 10:04:11 PM

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