Create Change Institute

LEARN

  • That aging and care settings are a time/place for growth and learning
  • Several creative engagement techniques
  • To design your own creative engagement project
  • The link between person-centered care and creative engagement
  • The varieties and potential of partnerships
  • How to experience and bring joy, meaning and purpose to elders

WHO SHOULD COME? 

  • Long term care professionals and board members (social workers, activity professionals, administrators, clinical staff, and occupational recreation, physical and creative arts therapists)
  • Artists (performing and visual)
  • Students (of all stripes!)
  • Older adults interested in creativity

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING...

  • I would describe my experience at the Summer Institute as powerful, tiring, informative, imaginative, innovative and inspiring. It really gave me a fantastic recharge to go back to the work I do on a daily basis with new ideas, spirit and enthusiasm. 

  • Connecting and inspiring!

  • I met amazing people, learned about several very meaningful projects, experienced some really great creative processes and gained many fantastic ideas.

  • Pushed my creative envelope at times--Good kick start to ignite the fire again.

  • The presenters, content and hospitality were phenomenal!

  • It was a joy, a blessing, and a privilege to be able to attend this institute. There was a variety of gifted presenters who shared ideas to better the lives of those living with dementia, and got us all actively involved in their topic to give us first-hand experience. It was great!


WHERE/WHEN? 

JAN 18-19 in LOUISVILLE, KY
(location tba)

2 DAYS (rates include lunch and snacks)
in collaboration with KY Fund for the Arts
with sponsorship from Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, The Kentucky Cabinet of Health and Family Services, and 
Its Never Too Late! 

REGISTRATION OPENS NOV 15, 2018
Note: with great thanks to the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, we are able to offset registrations fees for this event and offer several scholarships.
If you are interested in a scholarship, apply by clicking here.  

REGISTER HERE click on the appropriate rate
(you will first be prompted to create a log-in to our site)

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JUNE 4-6 in MILWAUKEE, WI

(3 Days, including lunch and snacks) 
in collaboration with Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,
School of Continuing Education
161 W Wisconsin Ave, 7th floor,
Milwaukee, WI  53203
Where the Riverwalk meets the heart of downtown Milwaukee, 
just blocks from Lake Michigan

REGISTRATION OPENS JAN 15, 2018

  • Early Bird (before March 31st)
  • Individuals: 
  • Student/Artist/Senior discount: 
  • Add-on TimeSlips Certification (optional):
  • Day 1 Keynote Only: 
  • Creative Workshops Only: 

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Additional Info:  MILWAUKEE

Attire:  Casual and comfortable! 

Parking:  UWM School of Continuing Education provides a parking discount for participants in its classes/programs who park in the Grand Avenue parking structure.  Please bring your parking gate ticket to the 7th floor reception desk to have it validated.  The validation entitles you to a special UWM rate of $3 per day.  (confirm that this is still true)

Lodging/Accommodations:  

Please make your own arrangements.  A special rate ($159) has been arranged for two Queen beds in Milwaukee at the Hilton Garden, walking distance to the Institute and downtown attractions.  Rooms/rate held until May 13th. INFO AVAILABLE SOON. 

As an alternative, we have reserved a block of rooms at Marquette University’s Straz Tower, 915 W Wisconsin Ave, 8 blocks from the School of Continuing Education. More information coming soon. 

Special Accommodations:  Please let us know of any special accommodations including dietary issues.

Things to do in Milwaukee:  Milwaukee summers are fabulous.  For ideas see visitmilwaukee.org and onmilwaukee.com.