Creative Clay donors help us shine

Creative Clay donors help us shine

By KERRY KRISEMAN Public Relations Manager This year, Creative Clay celebrates 25 years of making the arts accessible to all through equality through art. We are grateful for those whose generosity has allowed us to grow and serve individuals with neuro-differences....
Alexa! Can You Help Me with my Dementia?

Alexa! Can You Help Me with my Dementia?

I have a dear friend that was asked by Amazon if she would participate in a trial program to see how well their Alexa device can help a person living with dementia. Her opinion? She has nothing but positive things to say about how much the device has helped her manage...
Save Our Strays – Farley

Save Our Strays – Farley

  Farley enjoys the good life with his brothers and sister, Fletcher, Freddy and Farah. Initially strays, the beautifully marked Tabbies adapted to the comforts of home quickly. The trio loves attention and play time. To meet and reserve these extra friendly...
Hurricane Planning Tips From A Veterinarian

Hurricane Planning Tips From A Veterinarian

By Mary Giron, DVM, SPCA Tampa Bay Veterinary Center There are a lot of stressful things going on in the world today. Many of those stressors are out of your control, but being pro-active in your hurricane planning can save you the stress of creating one during a...
Pet of the Month: Mandy

Pet of the Month: Mandy

Looking for a kitty that loves to talk? Mandy can carry on quite a conversation. She adores humans and rubs against visitors for attention. This Tortoiseshell girl has a strong personality and will be best suited as the only feline in her household. She has been...
Creative Clay Shines On

Creative Clay Shines On

By KERRY KRISEMAN Public Relations Manager   May marks a quarter of a century that Creative Clay has been providing expressive arts opportunities to people with disabilities. The St. Petersburg-based non-profit’s 25th anniversary is marked by a pause on...
Alexa! Can You Help Me with my Dementia?

The Hand-in-Hand Relationship of Anxiety and Dementia

Over the past several years, I have heard it promoted that anxiety and its symptoms be labeled as hidden elements of dementia. I don’t believe that they are hidden very well, for studies have shown that upwards to 70% of people living with dementia-related diseases...