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Meet Me The MoMA Alzheimer's Project: Making Art Accessible to People with Dementia

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The MoMA Alzheimer's Project

The MoMA Alzheimer's Project expanded on the success of the Museum’s education programs for people with Alzheimer’s disease and their care-partners. Funded by a major grant from MetLife Foundation, the Project broadened the reach of these programs through the development of resources that can be used by museums, assisted-living facilities, and other community organizations serving people with dementia and their caregivers. For more information on The MoMA Alzheimer's Project, see the History of the Project.

For more information on the Museum's programs for individuals with dementia, please visit our Programs page or write to


The MoMA Alzheimer's Project:
Making Art Accessible to People with Dementia
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Education Programs are made possible by our generous funders.

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The guidelines and methods presented in The MoMA Alzheimer's Project's Web-based and printed resources are being shared so that others can learn about MoMA's experiences in providing programs for people with dementia and their care partners. The MoMA Alzheimer's Project is not a formal training program, and MoMA does not offer certification, oversight services, formal partnership opportunities, or membership programs. Those using the resources offered through The MoMA Alzheimer's Project may not claim any affiliation with MoMA or use MoMA's name or trademarks, other than to reference MoMA as the source of such resources. Commercial use of the resources and materials for Meet Me and The MoMA Alzheimer's Project is not permitted.


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