A WNBC program, appearing on cable, mentioned Pace’s exhibit and symposium on Alzheimer’s disease. Part of the segment will run in nearly 7,000 taxis that carry NBC programming.
A book by Cathy Greenblat, PhD, an author/photographer, shows a new, positive approach to care for people living with Alzheimer’s. It focuses on the capabilities that they still have, rather than those they have lost. She and Jed Levine, Director of Programs & Services of the NYC Chapter of Alzheimer’s Association, discuss this with David Ushery on New York Nightly News.
View the video clip here:
The exhibition in Schimmel’s lobby gallery through April 28 of 84 photographs by Greenblat showing a positive approach to Alzheimer’s care in seven countries, was a “critic’s pick” in online Time Out New York. The related book has been positively reviewed in The New Scientist (UK), on Amazon.com (seven times), in the Bookviews blog, and twice on the influential blog Alzheimer’s Reading Room.