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Fountain Circle is one of the 12 Signature HealthCARE nursing homes participating in the I Won't Grow Up KY project. Each is becoming a Creative Community of Care, and working with regional and national artists to reimagine the story of Peter Pan. Here, Artist in Residence Bob Martin invites elders to create a story about flying.
TimeSlips StoryKit Project Underway
With support from the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation, TimeSlips is partnering with Lafayette American and Midwest Common to design a new storykit. The human-centered design process began in January in collaboration with the Greater Michigan Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.
Welcome Kari Hanson as NextGen Coordinator
Kari Hanson joins the TimeSlips team as coordinator of a new partnership with Leading Age to bring TimeSlips to high school and college students.
6 VA’s in PA Offer Creative Celebrations and Become Creative Communities of Care
Master Trainer Kathy Hawkins guided staff and artists from 6 Veteran's Affairs providers across Pennsylvania through the Creative Community of Care training. Stories and visual art were all on display in these inventive celebrations. Great work!
Basting/McAllister to Keynote Pioneer Network Conference
Anne Basting, Angie McAllister, and participants in the I Won’t Grow Up Project share stories of this remarkable experience. August 6th / Aug 6th (one day).
A Forum in Louisville: Creating a New Old
Creating A New Old invites you to the Speed Art Museum in Louisville for a two-day deep dive into contemporary aging.
Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY
Wendy's Neverland in Hodgenville, KY
Don't miss this transformative reimagining of Peter Pan set in a nursing home.
I did my first TimeSlips today. I am still flying high. The residents loved it.
The online format was great, it is really nice to be able to work in the learning as you can versus giving a whole day or more to an away from work training. Staff at TimeSlips are enthusiastic and supportive.
Every time I walk out of a session, I walk out with a smile. I've learned so much about people with dementia throughout this process. I learned that creativity does not waiver throughout their illness.
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