Get Involved

Get Involved

How can I bring TimeSlips to my home, my school, or my community?


Which best describes you?

I am part of an organization

Help bring joy to the elders, families and staff you serve.

I am a student or teacher

Explore meaningful educational experiences with elders.

I am a family member or friend

Learn to creatively engage a loved one.

How to get involved

A few clear steps and ideas.

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.

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    Encourage your organization to become a Creative Community of Care.
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    Share our What is TimeSlips? flyer with local care organizations.
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    Donate to our Innovation Fund to help bring our programs to families across the world.
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    Visit our Creativity Center (Resources) and invite a friend or family member to imagine with you.
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    Stay connected – sign up for our newsletter below or follow us on social media.
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    Check our map on the homepage to find a TimeSlips facilitator near you.


Request for Proposals: TimeSlips Evaluation Development

TimeSlips Creative Storytelling is seeking proposals from experienced evaluation consultants to develop an evaluation tool and plan. TimeSlips’ mission is to bring meaning and purpose to late life, therefore, we seek an evaluator with experience using measures related to purpose and meaning. Those with experience evaluating behavioral health interventions in older adults or the impact…

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Meet Your TimeSlips Certified Trainers

Images above (alphabetical by Last Name) Left to right:Top row: Nephelie Andonyadis, Sam Goodrich, Kathy Hawkins, Sarah Jacobus, Rob KnappBottom row: Jackie Kostichka, Elaine Maly, Andrew Morton, Liz Nichols and Michael Snowden TimeSlips is excited to welcome our newest trainers and introduce you to the entire crew of Certified Trainers on our team! These are…

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We’re Hiring a Communications Coordinator!

TimeSlips, an award-winning, international non-profit that brings meaning and joy to late life, seeks applications for a Communications Coordinator from now through July 25, 2022. TimeSlips is looking for communications support to help with our e-newsletters, basic graphic design work, social media posting and other general communications upkeep. We are seeking someone with an excellent…

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We’re Hiring an Executive Director!

TimeSlips, an award-winning, international non-profit that brings meaning and joy to late life, seeks nominations and applications for a new Executive Director. The new Executive Director will be a creative and compassionate leader who brings a personal passion for helping aging adults and their families, caregivers, and care organizations, and recognizes their collective power to…

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Request for Proposals: Strategic Web Design & Development

TimeSlips Creative Storytelling is seeking proposals from experienced web designers and developers to make substantive changes to its website ( The goal of the project is to create a web platform in better alignment with the organization’s newly adopted impact and operational scaling strategy to grow through a membership and partnership model. Through growing memberships…

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Western New York Tele-Stories: Creative Gift Sharing

Our most recent round of Tele-Stories recently came to a close in Western New York, and we are eager to share some of the beautiful artwork that has been inspired by the phone calls between TimeSlips Community-Based Artists and the elders they were able to connect with through this project. 

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