Click below to watch a replay of Bluprint’s March 10, 2014 webinar on the relationship between crafting and health & wellness!
Research shows crafting activities like knitting, quilting and painting can boost mental health and agility and slow the cognitive effects of aging. These types of activities may contribute to healthy brain aging, building a buffer against dementia, among other health and wellness benefits that may lead to a slower onset of mild cognitive impairment.
In honor of National Craft Month, see why millions of enthusiasts around the world enjoy wellness benefits when they craft! Join John Levisay, Bluprint co-founder and CEO; Dr. Victoria Schindler, professor of occupational therapy at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and co-author of “The Neurological Basis of Occupation”; neuropsychologist and University of Denver professor Katie Levisay; and fellow crafters to discuss the correlation between wellness and healthy aging!