For People with Memory Loss This National Gallery of Art tour is Good for the Soul and for the Brain 

The DCist
Angela Haupt

“We wanted to create a space where folks can connect with art, with the museum, with us, and with each other,” says Lorena Bradford, the museum’s head of accessible programs. “Art is such an opportunity: It’s a universal language. There’s a lot of power in inviting folks who aren’t traditionally part of the museum audience and saying, ‘We want you here. We want to learn from you, as well.’”