Texas State Veterans Home Residents Host Art Exhibit in Bonham
The residents of the Clyde W. Cosper Texas State Veterans Home hosted an exhibit of Veterans artwork on Saturday, August 25th from 11:00 a.m. — 2:00 p.m.
The residents produced this work during a five-week art therapy program called “We See You.” This program was created by David Goff, an artist and photographer, and is tailored for Veterans of all ages, backgrounds and experiences.
Making art allows our Veterans the opportunity to use their imagination and express themselves in their own unique way. Art therapy is a wonderful way to stimulate the mind both cognitively and psychologically. We are so proud of the residents who participated in this wonderful program and we’re delighted to share these special artworks with everyone!
We See You Art Exhibit
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Because the VA subsidizes much of a Veteran’s cost to stay at a VLB Texas State Veterans Home, daily out-of-pocket rates are well below average and include the cost of medications for Veterans. Residents can choose between a spacious private or semi-private room based upon availability. Alzheimer’s units at each home provide highly specialized care, including beautifully landscaped, secure courtyards. Like all VLB programs, the Texas State Veterans Homes are self-supporting and cost Texas taxpayers virtually nothing.
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