TimeSlips is infusing creativity into care relationships and across care systems to bring meaning and joy to elders wherever they live and whatever their abilities.
This means there are many ways to get involved!
TimeSlips offers training and support to families, students and volunteers, and any organization serving older adults, from nursing homes to Meals on Wheels and museum education programs.
You can simply use the Creativity Center, or train as an individual or organization and join our inspiring international network of people changing the way we experience aging and dementia.
Encourage your organization to become a Creative Community of Care.
Share our What is TimeSlips? flyer with local care organizations.
Donate to our Innovation Fund to help bring our programs to families across the world.
Visit our Creativity Center (Resources) and invite a friend or family member to imagine with you.
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Check our map on the homepage to find a TimeSlips facilitator near you.
As we close out 2021, we reflect back on our efforts for continued engagement for those living with memory loss, their caregivers and those who may be under-connected or socially isolated. Read on to learn more.
Recognizing the need for additional resources for unpaid caregivers and those caring for a loved one at home, TimeSlips recently collaborated with support groups from the Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter to develop resources to support the growing community of friends and family caregivers. Learn more about how you can use these resources today!
Behind all of the visible work that TimeSlips offers to its communities, there are people who take on the very real work of guidance, financial and mentorship support, as well as fiduciary responsibilities. These are TimeSlips’ board members. As we look to the end of 2021, TimeSlips is saying goodbye to two valued board members as their terms expire, and welcoming three new board members to the TimeSlips’ community. We are also saying farewell to Carol Varney, who has served as TimeSlips’ executive director for nearly two years. Kate Britton, TimeSlips’ former Operations Director, will be coming back part-time as our Managing Director, ensuring a smooth leadership transition.
TimeSlips will soon release our membership offerings! TimeSlips membership will provide training, professional development, resources for creative caregiving, and new ways to connect with one another in a time of continued disconnection. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to be part of a community of creatives and caregivers!
As a small and nimble organization with in-demand services, TimeSlips recognized its need to develop a model for growth and scale. TimeSlips has worked through the testing readiness and basic roadmap aspects of growth and now seeks a business and staffing model that supports our vision.
TimeSlips is seeking to engage a consultant with expertise in business modeling for scale.
Keynote / Speaking Engagements
We do large scale (state, national, global) conference keynotes with our award winning Founder and Master Trainers. Contact us to tailor a presentation to your group!
Training and Certification
Our playful online training explores creativity, aging/ageism, and the TimeSlips approach to meaningful engagement.
Creative Care by Anne Basting
TimeSlips Founder and MacArthur Genius Grant recipient, Anne Basting, pioneers a radical change in how we interact with older loved ones, especially those experiencing dementia, as she introduces a proven method that uses the creative arts to bring light and joy to the lives of elders. Order now!
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