Let your imagination soar.
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TimeSlips opens storytelling to everyone by replacing the pressure to remember with the freedom to imagine.
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What is TimeSlips?
The open, poetic language of improvisational storytelling invites people with dementia to express themselves and connect with others.
News & Events
Marina Renton is runner-up in Alzheimer's Foundation of America essay contest
AFA's annual college-bound teen essay contest featured essays about the power of dance and storytelling. Renton's essay focused on her experience using TimeSlips - one of the youngest facilitators to going through the online training. Renton, of Andover, MA, was awarded a $500 scholarship.
TimeSlips is 2012 Rosalinde Gilbert Innovations in Alzheimer's Caregiving Awardee!
We are so honored by this award! Learn more here
Certified Facilitator Charles Farrell and his daughter Katie Norris continue facilitating sessions after their mom can no longer participate.
TimeSlips is on National Public Radio!
On May 14, National Public Radio (NPR) featured TimeSlips Creative Storytelling.
The article and 4 minute program, “Alzheimer’s Patients Turn to Stories Instead of Memories,” acknowledged the many ways creative storytelling can be beneficial to older adults with dementia, and those who care for them.
Found the "Collaborate" Button Yet?
Here on www.timeslips.org, you can write your own story OR you can click "collaborate" and invite a friend to write a story with you! Give it a try!
TimeSlips.org on NBC's Today Show!
Click HERE to see the TODAY SHOW segment featuring TimeSlips in practice, including interviews with storytellers, family, staff, and founder Anne Basting.
TimeSlips was originally designed for people with cognitive disabilities like dementia. Now anyone can use TimeSlips to read, write, and share stories with family and friends. Based in Milwaukee, WI, TimeSlips storytelling method is used by facilitators across the world.
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Certified TimeSlips Organizations have trained their staff and are using the method to improve the quality of life of people with dementia.
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