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  • 1.
    • Art Gallery Artists Receptions Presentation: 2004-2008
    • Education:
    • Capella University: Ph.D in School of Public Service Leadership Specialized in Management of Nonprofit Agencies 2006-2010
    • University of Phoenix: MA in Human Resource Management-2004-2006
    • Georgian Court University: BA in Art History and Studio Art-2001-2004
    • Brookdale Community College: AA in Liberal Arts and Photography-1996-2001
    • President/Art Director of Bonifay Guild for the Arts, Inc. a 501 C3 organization.
    • A founder of Bonifay Guild for the Arts, Inc. since 2004 .
  • 2. Jane Segrest
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  • 5. Art ist: Jane Segrest Jane is actively displaying her artwork in Alabama, Panhandle, and in Georgia,
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  • 7. Jane Segrest
  • 8.
    • Artist Name:
    • John Brownell
    • Retired Holmes County Principal and Professor
    • Member of a Choir
    • Group
    • Talented Artist
  • 9. Physical Changes & Adjustments The question would be how the body changes in mobility, appearance, and sensory systems? According to Bee (2000) Those adults who exercise regulary-both aerobic and weight strength—have better health (p.122).
  • 10. End-of-Life
    • We come to a point in our lives to face the reality that there is an ending of living things.
    • Harris and Noble (2006) explained the end-of-life issues in older people. In this
    • article, they mentioned the inadequacy, inequality, and the care of older people. These applies to
    • Ischaemic heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and lower
    • respiratory infections, and cancer (p. 3).
    • Symtoms are:
    • Weight loss (greater than 10% over 6 months)
    • General physical decline
    • Serum albumin <25g/1
    • Reduced performance status
    • Dependence in most activities of daily living.
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  • 13. Artists: Emily Kay Williams and Marcia Sapp Agner
  • 14. Artists: Emily Kay Williams and Marcia Sapp Agner
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  • 16.
    • Physical Changes and adjustments
    • Today, defining health and illness is too broad. “Many people now include biological, psychological, sociocultural, spiritual, and environmental components” of illnesses and therefore how would you rate your health? (p. 81).
  • 17. Artist: Roberta Newel Elsie is a disabled individual showing her art taught by Ms Newell using melted crayon
  • 18. Artist: Roberta Newell Paulette Davis showing her drawing taught by Ms. Newell using meting crayon
  • 19. Artist: Roberta Newell showing her artwork taught by Ms. Newell using melted crayon
  • 20. Artist: Roberta Newell Marcia showing her artwork taught by Ms. Newell using melted crayon.
  • 21. Artist: Roberta Newell Feasting the art works of creativity, go for it!!
  • 22. Have Fun!!
  • 23. Kathy’s Reception
  • 24. Debbie’s Reception
  • 25. Debbie’s Reception