Creating New Performances of Memory Loss, Dementia & Growing Older
A Short-Term Group
Led by Helen Abel & Eileen Moncoeur
July 10, July 17, July 24, July 31
11:00am – 12:30pm Western US (UTC-7)
(2:00pm – 3:30pm ET | timezone converter)
We’ll use Zoom videoconferencing
to gather, explore and continue growing.
Life Performance Coaching’s “Creating New Performances of Memory Loss, Dementia and Growing Older”, a four-week short-term group led by performance activists Helen Abel and Eileen Moncoeur is back by popular demand! This group is open to persons with dementia, their care partners, friends and family, younger adults who have a relative or friend who have memory loss, older adults who are grappling with aging-related issues, and everyone interested in transforming the dementia experience from stigma and fear to joy and growth.
Helen Abel loves to help people create new ways of dealing with the challenges of everyday living, including growing older. Her 40 years of experience as a social worker and social therapeutic life performance coach ground her work at Life Performance Coaching. Helen has come to believe that she can most effectively help people develop by supporting them to use their capacity to create, perform, and play.
Eileen Moncoeur is a strong advocate and leader in building developmental environments in her personal and professional life. She is a long-time member of the social therapeutic community and Executive Director of the Hospital & Rehabilitation Center for Disabled Children in Nepal, which serves the poorest disabled children throughout the country.
For more information contact: Helen Abel