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  • This video demonstrates how to do work with puzzles to promote cognitive stimulation through the social process through the use of puzzles. Witness two older individuals, one who is deaf and the other who is diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment, work with puzzles and then create their own art piece out of puzzle parts. This session illustrates how the TTAP Method® can be adapted to meet the needs of any special population
  • This video features an overview of the stressors of caregivers, including statistics on the number of people with Alzheimer’s disease and how stress effects are physical bodies and how to relax our minds to cope with daily stresses. This audio tape includes a 30 minute meditation for the caregiver.
  • This video follows students to a locked Alzheimer’s unit, and witnesses how the students create group conversation (Step # 1) then onto a meditation (Step #2) and lead the individuals into creating a memory box (Step# 4) which will hold a special person center memory that the individual has even in the face of Alzheimer’s disease. This film features clinical feedback that Dr. Levine Madori shares with the students upon completion of the session. These lectures have been proven to be excellent resources for use in Colleges, Universities and healthcare settings both nationally and internationally.
  • This one hour and 14 minute educational lecture and PowerPoint details the functions of specific brain regions in an easy to understand format. A discussion of the responsibilities and characteristics of the right and left brain will be analyzed from a neuroscience perspective and then correlated to the power that the creative arts have on brain stimulation. A concise overview of all of the stages of Alzheimer’s disease will be presented in conjunction with just how significant the role of activities are in stimulating and increasing social interactions, emotional well being, cognitive stimulation and physical activities. Included in this educational lecture series are comprehensive summaries on current empirical research which have studied the impact that activities have on overall quality of life, cognition and psychosocial elements. Finally, a discussion of how the TTAP Method© has been created in order to put research into practice, with regard to brain and individual wellness, will be presented. NOW AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH

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  • SPECIAL OFFER: Buy all 6 videos together and use coupon code "TTAP" to get all six for $100.00 Brain Regions Hippocampus and the brain Alzheimer’s disease and the Brain Brain regions and functions Right Brain/Left Brain Functions TTAP and Cognition Neuroplasticity Research on TTAP and Autism. Developmentally Delayed and Alzheimer’s Disease
  • SPECIAL OFFER: Buy all 6 videos together and use coupon code "TTAP" to get all six for $100.00 INTRODUCTION to TTAP Approach Themes and self-expression Overview of Alzheimer’ Disease Definition of the 4 stages of AD What is a Multimodal approach How TTAP Uses “Flow” TTAP and Therapeutic Recreation, Art therapy and Social Work How to use Guided imagery Neuroplasticity the brain and programming
  • This 200 page manual gives an overview of the 12-Step TTAP Method and then defines each step and gives 20 structured theme based activities for each of the 9- steps which include; Conversational charts and diagrams, meditation scripts, art, painting, drawing, sculpture, movement, dance, food and phototherapy. Complete with “Fill in the blanks” for the user to use and reuse as a workbook for individuals and group therapeutic interventions.
  • This audio recording focuses on the caregiver with a 30 minute mediation, and provides tools and strategies for coping with the stress of caring for other individuals such as those with AD
  • This video demonstrates a TTAP Method ™ session with individuals diagnosed with moderate stage Alzheimer’s disease, living on a special care unit participate in a Step #1 (conversation) , Step #2 (Mediation), then into Step #4 (Sculpting a 3 dimensional Bird nest) followed by group interaction and conversation which leads into creating a poem (Step#6). Viewers of this movie witness a guided imagery meditation adapted for individuals’ diagnosed with moderate Alzheimer’s disease. Learn how to conduct a sculpture session, utilizing a bird nest, and mixed media, while experiencing the individuals’ positive responses to the group program. This documentary illustrates interacting with the strengths of those with AD; the need to communication, the desire to connecting with others and the power of self expression even in this stage of AD. These lectures have been proven to be excellent resourses for use in Colleges, Universitisities and healthcare settings both nationally and internationally https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5918Ekn10M
  • This documentary illustrates how through guided imagery individuals open up in verbal conversation, share intimate details and explore the power of the arts and self expression. The group process of intimacy is viewed in this powerful video that documents how we all need love, support and the need to be creative at any stage of life. These lectures have been proven to be excellentresourses for use in Colleges, Universitisities and healthcare settings both nationally and internationally. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=lwOVYMGWLRg
  • This video demonstrates a TTAP Method ™ session with individuals diagnosed with moderate stage Alzheimer’s disease, living on a special care unit participate in a Step #2 (Mediation), then into Step #1 (conversation) followed by Step#4 (Sculpture using clay). The viewers of this movie get an in-depth view of how meditation can have profound positive and powerful effects on us even in the middle stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Learn how to conduct a sculpture session, giving simple directives which can be followed and implemented by caregivers or healthcare professionals. Witness the two individuals experience flow and creativity, engage in play , and leave full of self esteem from sculpture that they created. These lectures have been proven to be excellent resourses for use in Colleges, Universitisities and healthcare settings both nationally and internationally. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgwLmHMrqos
  • This video demonstrates how to do work with puzzles to promote cognitive stimulation through the social process through the use of puzzles. Witness two older individuals, one who is deaf and the other who is diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment, work with puzzles and then create their own art piece out of puzzle parts. This session illustrates how to the TTAP Method® can be adapted to meet the needs of any special population. These lectures have been proven to be excellent resourses for use in Colleges, Universitisities and healthcare settings both nationally and internationally. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGjZTOyq1y0