Reminiscence therapy at adult day program a big hit

Joseph Kenny | jkenny@archstl.org
Tim Rhoades knows how to work an audience. At the Cardinal Ritter Adult Day Program recently, he worked what normally is a tough group to engage, but had them not only paying attention but enthused in a dialogue. Rhoades, a volunteer who is a student at Washington University's school of social work, gave a presentation that is part of what is called reminiscence therapy.

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