Inspired Life: This National Gallery of Art program helps people with memory loss ‘connect with who they were’

These students who’ve struggled emotionally are sharing ’13 Reasons Why Not’ over their school loudspeaker; ‘I think you’ll get better:’ These simple words from a stranger convinced a suicidal man to keep living; Watch the heartwarming video of a little girl showing her friends her new prosthetic leg; Led by NYC’s first lady, U.S. mayors unite around mental-health care in absence of Washington action; This National Gallery of Art program helps people with memory loss ‘connect with who they were’;
 
Inspired Life
For a better you, a better community and a better world
 
 
These students who’ve struggled emotionally are sharing ’13 Reasons Why Not’ over their school loudspeaker
“The problem we had with the show is it made it seem like suicide was the only option … we wanted to fix that.”
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‘I think you’ll get better:’ These simple words from a stranger convinced a suicidal man to keep living
And the unlikely friendship that followed.
 
Watch the heartwarming video of a little girl showing her friends her new prosthetic leg
What if we all treated each other with such kindness and acceptance?
 
Led by NYC’s first lady, U.S. mayors unite around mental-health care in absence of Washington action
As the House GOP votes on its health-care bill, mayors frantically make the case that their communities need mental-health services.
 
This National Gallery of Art program helps people with memory loss ‘connect with who they were’
“Topics that have a lot of entry points allow for a lot of exploration. We invite them to start looking and sharing their ideas, and that works for everybody.”
 
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