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Please Complete Our Annual Survey

Do you use TimeSlips to connect with elders? Please complete our annual survey to help us learn and grow. We'll draw names from those who complete the (5 minute) survey to win some super special TimeSlips swag!

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Early Bird Registration Now Open for Creative Care Institute 2020!

Sign up today to reserve your spot in our three-day institute. Now bigger and better than ever! Early Bird registration rate is good through March 31st.

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NextGen Pilot - Reflections from the Field

"This is how I would want my grandma and grandpa treated when they get older."

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Anne Basting’s New Book Now Available for Pre-order

Creative Care pioneers a radical change in how we interact with our older loved ones, especially those experiencing dementia.

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Basting Presents at TEDMED 2020

TimeSlips’ Founder Anne Basting will be presenting at the prestigious TEDMED this year in Boston, March 2-4.

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Introducing TimeSlips' New Executive Director, Carol Varney

TimeSlips welcomes first full time Executive Director, Carol Varney, to lead exciting organizational growth. 

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Welcoming Chris Abbott as New Board Member

Chris brings years of experience and insights from his work with United Healthcare. We are excited to introduce him as our newest Board Member.

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Milwaukee’s Superhero Team Inspires Book and Art Exhibition

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! 

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Meet Student Artist In Residence: Andrew Gray

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. 

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Save the Date! Creative Care Institute 2020

We'll gather in Milwaukee for 3 inspiring days, June 1-3.  

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TimeSlips Announces NextGen Intergenerational Pilot Sites

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.

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2017-2018 Annual Report!

At long last!  This report for 2017-2018 tells a story of remarkable growth. 

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I Won't Grow Up - Kentucky Found Neverland This Spring

Read on to gain multiple perspectives on how Wendy’s Neverland came to life.

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Meet TimeSlips Certified Facilitator: Helena Ben Yona

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.

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Arizona & Wisconsin to Launch Creative Communities of Care

TimeSlips is training 28 new Creative Communities of Care in Arizona and Wisconsin. 

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Check Out 5 of Our Favorite Website Features

Explore some of the exciting new features on our website!

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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. 

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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.

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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 CCC training. Stories and visual art were all on display in these inventive celebrations. 

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Another Inspiring 3-days at the Create/Change Institute in MKE

Artists and caregivers gathered together for 3 days in Milwaukee in June 2018 for an inspiring exchange of ideas.

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10 orgs in Los Angeles to Become Creative Communities of Care

With the support of the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation, 10 organizations will become Creative Communities of Care.

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