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“It’s not about artistic skills. It’s about the process. In art therapy, art becomes the healing vehicle. A way for people to express, and come back in touch with some of their feelings that are hard to convey in words,” said Chaplain Shawn Kafader of Friendship Village in Schaumburg. For the third consecutive year, Kafader is supervising art therapy interns, who are working with residents of the retirement community. “Art therapy allows the residents to remain creative while experiencing the challenges of the aging process,” he said.

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