Join us in January for Project Present: Communication, Creativity and Connection to Improve Quality of Life for Those Impacted by Dementia presented by Anne Marie Mohr. Mohr began Project Present to improve the quality of life for caregivers and individuals living with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Project Present provides improv sessions, communication training, family immersive sessions, and support groups to create connection, reduce stress, foster creative problem solving, cultivate creativity, and promote joyful collaboration.
This seminar is part of the monthly Issues in Aging series that highlights current research and perspectives on aging-relevant issues from experts in medicine, social work, psychology, law and more.
This event will take place virtually via Zoom webinar. Please register to receive your unique link to attend.
About the Speaker
Ann Marie Mohr, MA
Acting and Improvisation Instructor, Washington University in St. Louis
Executive Director, Project Present
Ann Marie Mohr teaches embodied communication and improvisation courses at Washington University. Previously, Mohr was Artistic Director of OnSite Theater Company for ten years. She has her MA in drama, is a Professional Applied Improv Practitioner, and a Master Interprofessional Educator. Mohr attended Washington University’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center’s Clinician Partner’s Program and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner.