Seacoast Nursing Home Alzheimer’s Unit

“Scenes of Cape Ann”

In collaboration with Cape Ann Giclee and the donations from local artists, Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, is looking to bring the residents of the memory impaired unit back home through a program entitled “Scenes of Cape Ann”
We are looking for images of familiar places and events on Cape Ann to bring memories and comfort to the seniors on the Alzheimer’s unit.

We are looking for 30 photographs which will be enlarged on canvas, and displayed on the unit. Should additional images be donated they will also be displayed as we plan to develop a DVD of “Scenes of Cape Ann” to be shown for the residents on the memory impaired unit.

An open house art show “Scenes of Cape Ann” will be held on Saturday, May 17th 2-3PM at Seacoast exhibiting the canvases by Cape Ann Giclee. A DVD of all the donated images will be shown for the residents, their families and the community. All contributors will be welcome to attend.

Plaques will be developed with the donor Artists names.
Any Artists interested in participating in this project please submit your photographs to info@capeanngiclee.com by March 21st to allow time for image selection and canvassing. When submitting images please 1.- do not send more than 10 images – if you have more than 10 and have a website with your images you can send us a link 2. – send only low res images files for now – if we select you we will ask you for the high res file at that time and 3.- make sure that the images sent have a high res file available and can be printed at a large size – approximately 20” x 30”.

For additional information contact:
Alison Cox, Activity Director, Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center @ 978-283-0300
Or Cape Ann Giclee @ 978-546-7070

Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation 292 Washington Street
Gloucester MA 01930
Located on the campus of Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester, offering a friendly and elegant setting with an extensive program of short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing and long-term care. Our 142-bed rehabilitation and 24 hour nursing care program also offers compassionate care for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders, provided by a certified staff in a secure and therapeutic environment. Our professional skilled clinicians are dedicated to ensure comfort, dignity and the well-being and health of our residents.

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