Universities designing arts engagement programs for medical students
Dementia Services organizations creating new arts programs
Museums designing programming for families with dementia
Libraries keen to age-integrate their programming
Art schools interested in creating intergenerational and experiential learning opportunities
Arts Councils looking to expand their support to cross-sector partners
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Jefferson offers an array of humanities course options to their students. TimeSlips is consulting with the team at Jefferson and Theatre of Witness to shape a play inspired by stories of people living with dementia. Jefferson is also one of our NextGen sites, integrating the TimeSlips service learning program into their Humanities & Health course options.
TimeSlips' founder Anne Basting visited one of Jefferson's sessions between medical students and mentors living with dementia at the Philadelphia Magic Gardens (pictured here).
Basting contributed immeasurably to our project as a consultant. She frequently prompted us to consider questions that we hadn’t thought of and ways of reframing problems that suddenly opened up whole new areas of possibility, just by introducing a different word or concept. There’s a clarity and elegance to Anne’s thinking that signals profound expertise—she simply has thought through these topics (creativity, aging, connection) backwards and forwards. Being in dialogue with her shifts the paradigm of your own thinking.
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