gerontology in Washington DC – bits and pics 11/12

 

… are you ready for an onslaught of photos?

I spent last week in Washington DC at the Gerontological Society of America’s scientific meeting. It was a really well run conference, with so many sessions to choose from and high-quality research presented. It was nice to catch up with old friends and colleagues too! I presented some of my work on “caregiver’s perspectives on the meaning of activity in persons with dementia“, and was grateful to be awarded the Douglas Holmes Quality of Care interest award from the research on Quality of Care interest group.

I was able to sneak away one afternoon and explore some of the monuments and the Art Gallery. What an amazing city, with so much to see and do! And the weather was sunny and mild. Perfect for walking miles to see everything! Have any of you been to Washington DC? I can’t wait to go back to see the monuments I missed and go to the Smithsonian museums.

Ok, here they are! Enjoy scrolling… much love.

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