Making art is just part of being creative - choose from a wide range of projects and learn new skills.
Cognitive decline was once thought to be an inevitable part of aging. Now, scientists know that the brain continually adapts, even in old age. As we age, participation in the arts positively affects our health. There is a great need to engage older adults in experiential arts activities and there is substantial evidence that participation helps maintain the health and quality of life of older adults.
"Having a creative outlet helps me stay more positive. The final product is rewarding too!"
BVAA’s creativity programming includes activities that are shown to improve mood and confidence, raise morale, improve hand dexterity, strengthen family relationships, and even provide opportunities to increase income.