Certified Organizations have trained with TimeSlipsTrainers and have embedded the method into their programming.
They have access to all our resources for three years. After that, individual Certified Facilitators will be able to re-certify for a minimal fee and short questionnaire/consultation with a Master Trainer.
Our Organizational Certifications have been replaced with our Creative Communities of Care consultation model, which is easier for care communities to implement and sustain. To find out more email Elaine Maly, Vice President of Development and Operations.
The mission of Creative Aging Network-NC (CAN-NC) is to enhance the well-being of older people through creative arts programming, education, and training. We have a reputation for successful collaboration with local, state and national partners. Through our partnerships, we complement, enhance and initiate creative programming for older people across North Carolina. Additionally, we:
•convene artists, healthcare professionals and older people around the field of creative aging.
•facilitate the design, development and implementation of programs that the organizations could not easily achieve alone due to lack of funding, staff-time and/or expertise.
•succeed by engaging multiple organizations, businesses and individuals in the entire process and we publicly highlight the contributions of all.
Stagebridge(SB) is a nationally recognized performing arts and outreach program that is changing how people experience and view aging. Through the performing arts, their organization helps improve quality of life, adds vitality, creativity, expression and community among seniors. Since 2009 Stagebridge has successfully utilized the TimeSlips method as one of its many programming components. You can find out more at http://stagebridge.org/
The Minnesota Historical Society is a dynamic and widely recognized educational organization that is a trusted resource for history. It is highly valued for its historical resources, educational impact, service, advocacy and leadership. The vision of the Society is to maximize the power of personal and community stories and shared history to enrich and transform lives
In 2012, the Society was certified in the TimeSlips method as a way to explore working with memory care audiences in the metro area and around the state. This certification came as part of our strategic priority to engage lifelong learners. The society is currently piloting a TimeSlips program using historic images, educational artifacts, and historic properties to engage memory care facilities in sharing, connecting and preserving stories. Learn more at www.mnhs.org.
The Fox Valley Memory Project was launched in 2012 with the goal of creating a dementia-friendly community in the Fox Valley region of northeast Wisconsin. They currently have Memory Cafés in six locations, meeting once or twice a month. Not wanting to exclude people living in long-term care, they applied for a grant to train staff from 10 different long-term care organizations in the TimeSlips story-telling method. These organizations range from their large, county-run health care center to for-profit and not-for-profit facilities, both large and small. They are proud to be working with dedicated staff offering creative engagement programs for persons with dementia living in different settings and they are determined to continue this collaboration to support one another in progressive care practices for their residents with dementia.
Springfield Masonic Community
Springfield Masonic Community is a vibrant campus in Springfield, Ohio where active seniors ages 55 and better can find the freedom to pursue their passions with independent living garden villa homes and apartments. Those needing extra help can find it in our assisted living apartments. skilled nursing care, dementia care and all therapies. Their nursing home recently earned its third consecutive overall 5-star quality rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Ratings System of Nursing Homes. They offer skilled nursing care, Alzheimer’s and dementia related services and the Homeward Journey therapy program, with newly renovated therapy center.
Western Reserve Masonic Community is a not-for-profit subsidiary of the Ohio Masonic Home, located on a beautiful 229 acre campus in Medina, Ohio. Western Reserve provides quality retirement living, adult health care and community based serves. Western Reserve offers a variety of lifestyle accomodations and services designed to meet the needs of adults 55 and older. Continuing care services provide peace of mind and independence while encouraging social,intellectual,physical and spiritual health. It is our goal to understand each residents individuality and partner with them to accomplish whatever it is they wish to aspire. Find out more at westernreservemasonichome.org.
Community 360˚ trains trusted volunteers for nursing homes. They offer a comprehensive 16-hour training course that empowers people to become a source of long-term support for the fragile elderly living in nursing homes as well as the staff working there. The organization’s focus is to end the pain of loneliness in nursing homes by providing friendship, regular visits and trusted relationships for residents. Find out more at www.community360.org or contact their assistant director, Madeline Wahl, at email@example.com.
We welcome Goerlich Center, our latest Certified Organization. More information coming soon!