Join our Online Creativity Circle

September 18, 2020

Martin’s Point Health Care has been chosen to pilot a community-based online Successful Aging Creativity Circle and is seeking participants. This free program will take place via Zoom on Thursdays from October 8th – November 26th and all materials will be sent to participants.

The goal of the online Successful Aging Creativity Circle program is to test a program designed to help older adults manage a variety of age-related challenges, such as making friends as we age, finding ways to feel resilient, keeping the brain and body healthy, managing stress, and taking time for self-care.


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Using an online support-group model, the program offers 10-12 participants weekly meetings over a seven-week period, where they engage in facilitator-led sessions that offer an innovative blend of mindfulness, creative arts expression, and social-emotional learning. These three components combine to help participants share personal experiences and reflections, gain skills, and feel more connected to themselves and others.

The Successful Aging Creativity Circle is a program from The UnLonely Project, the signature initiative of the Foundation for Art & Healing (FAH). FAH was founded by Dr. Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, and was started as a creative arts trauma-recovery program for 911 survivors and military veterans. The UnLonely Project seeks to raise awareness and reduce stigma around loneliness and social isolation and develop programming to foster connection.

For more information or to enroll in this program please email Community@martinspoint.org