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 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.
TimeSlips is excited to announce its’ Detroit Tele-Stories project, generously funded by the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation. As a part of the first Detroit Tele-Stories project, TimeSlips has partnered with the Detroit-based ensemble theater company A Host of People and the Hannan Center to pair local artists with under-connected elders (70 in total) to facilitate creative conversations and activities with them by phone. Meet the artists by clicking the link below.
As a part of a collaborative project with the Milwaukee County Division on Aging, we are engaging Milwaukee residents with “Beautiful Questions”. We are actively reaching out to Milwaukee County elders through a project that invites their responses to selected “Beautiful Questions”. We are encouraging people to share their responses with us via our “Beautiful Questions” voicemail. We invite you to share your responses to the questions too, now through the end of May! Whether you are from Milwaukee, or somewhere else, we encourage you to participate.
With 2021 in full swing, TimeSlips wants to Spring Forward with Creative Engagement. Welcome to our Spring Festival! This flowery fete in April 2021 will include continued inspiration and resources to help you engage. Even through partial re-openings and vaccination roll-outs, meaning-making for elders and those with disability are our continued focus.
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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