As soon as lockdowns started taking place in the United States back in March, TimeSlips began creating and sourcing resources that we could provide to you free of charge, during a time where physical distancing is still required. To help you navigate these resources better, we have compiled a list of them for you to easily access and share.
Are you a family member or someone interested in wanting to engage with someone living with Dementia? Join us Tuesday, December 15th for a very special afternoon!
Your donation helps us build a better future for our elders and care partners. Learn how by reading more.
TimeSlips offers a list of care homes requesting postcards. Read on for more info.
What began as a small listing of a few care homes to receive postcards has reached more than 50,000 recipients through two unique programs. Read on for more information about the impact it is making and how you can join, "The Postcard Challenge".
Learn more about the project that will be featured in the second webinar in our Creative Care Fall Festival series.
We're looking for some folks with HEART to make handmade heart-shaped postcards. Great for kids! Great for anyone! Being sent to folks displaced by a June 2020 fire. Let's lighten everybody's hearts. This is part of a larger effort to send 20,000 postcards in 2020. HINT: as of August, we surpassed 11,000 postcards.
Learn more about the project that inspired our first webinar in our Creative Care Fall Festival series.
The TimeSlips mission is to bring meaning and purpose to the lives of elders through creative engagement. Our organization aims to bring this mission to fruition through systemic change that places creativity at the center of care for older adults -- and especially older adults living with dementia.
But TimeSlips cannot make systemic change unless we acknowledge the roots of those systems. The brutal murder of George Floyd makes plain, once again, that American infrastructure of every kind is built on a foundation of racism.
The thirteen universities, colleges, and youth-serving programs around the country that started out the school year with intentions of providing a high quality intergenerational, community-based learning experience through our NextGen project, found themselves having to quickly pivot to meet many unknowns.
Register to join as the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee students share their stories from their time in community with elders.
With more than 900 Certified Facilitators around the world, the TimeSlips team is continually enriched by those who cross our paths: you are the spark in the world bringing meaning and joy to others. We are excited to introduce some "spark-finders" to you in the coming months.
Join us for another inspiring webinar next week!
Creative Care pioneers a radical change in how we interact with our older loved ones, especially those experiencing dementia.
TimeSlips welcomes first full time Executive Director, Carol Varney, to lead exciting organizational growth.
Look--up in the sky! It’s not a bird, a plane, or even Superman. It’s… Milwaukee’s own superhero team, The Righteous League!
Andew heard about the SAIR program by accident. Though he had never worked with elders before, he thought he'd try a new experience. Upon being placed at Luther Manor, Andrew quickly learned it was much different from the nursing home he'd envisioned. Andrew's story is one of courage, creativity, and compassion.
In partnership with LeadingAge, we are very excited to announce the launch of our NextGen program, an expansion of TimeSlips programming into high schools, youth-serving programs, and colleges/universities.
Read on to gain multiple perspectives on how Wendy’s Neverland came to life.
Helena is the first TimeSlips Certified Facilitator located in Israel! She was born in England, and moved to Israel in 1979. Her studies included Music and Occupational Therapy, and she’s been working with the geriatric population for over 15 years.
TimeSlips is training 28 new Creative Communities of Care in Arizona and Wisconsin.
Master Trainer Kathy Hawkins guided staff and artists from 6 Veteran's Affairs providers across Pennsylvania through the CCC training. Stories and visual art were all on display in these inventive celebrations.
Artists and caregivers gathered together for 3 days in Milwaukee in June 2018 for an inspiring exchange of ideas.
With the support of the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation, 10 organizations will become Creative Communities of Care.