For artists interested in helping Alzheimer’s patients

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The Art Without Boundaries (AWB) Foundation is seeking visual artists to open AWB Chapters internationally by offering a paid apprenticeship program. The mission of AWB is to improve the quality of life for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and other related disorders by providing MnemeTherapy.

There is no investment required, except your time. Artists will receive $60.00 per hour plus commissions. To qualify for the apprenticeship program, the artist must have sales experience or be willing to hire a sales professional. For more information and to apply, please visit the Art Without Boundaries website.

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3 thoughts on “For artists interested in helping Alzheimer’s patients”

  1. Grants For Artists Helping Victims of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Because both of my parents were/are victims of Alzheimer’s disease, I am happy to post and support the following: Found via Alyson Stanfield’s Art Biz Blog, Art Without Boundaries is looking for individuals willing to open AWB chapters by participating

  2. Thanks so much for letting people know about our program to train and certify MnemeTherapists. Just a couple of corrections: we are now The Art Without Boundaries Association. Membership in the Association is required to become certified in MnemeTherapy. We work with both Alzheimer’s patients and Autistic children. There is a cost for the program, but students can make payments and place ads to recruit new students to pay off their membership fees. Graduates can make between $50 and $80 per hour and $2,250 for each student they train, if they become a Mentor. For more information or to apply:
    http://artwithoutboundaries.org/2.html

  3. Melodye Whitaker

    I was VERY interested in this program, since my father was an Alzheimers patient and I have worked with individuals with other disabilities for all of my career. I was very disappointed that the AWB apparently misrepresents this progam because there IS an investment of $3,000.00 and they are advertising this as a job posting when it is actually a small business opportunity.

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