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CREATIVITY CENTER

LET YOUR IMAGINATION SOAR!

Every human being has the capacity to be creative.
Invite someone to explore the imagination with you and feel the power of creative engagement

Make Up a Story

Our classic creative storytelling – you can say anything.

Ask a Beautiful Question

Inspire someone to think a little differently – with no right or wrong answers.

Do a Creative Project

You can do these – no kidding. Even if you swear you are not creative.

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Products

Creative engagement products designed just for you

Blog Posts

From the Desk of Ann McQueen

As the TimeSlips community continues to grow, we’re introducing you to each of our team members and highlighting the work that benefits YOUR creative engagement. From managing myriad details of member requests, creating content for communications, to individual training and large-scale organizational partnerships, these are the faces behind the TimeSlips team. It’s our joy to get to know you, and for you to get to know us!

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Certified Facilitator Spotlight: Lisa Hort

As the TimeSlips community continues to grow, we’re introducing you to each of our team members and highlighting the work that benefits YOUR creative engagement. From managing myriad details of member requests, creating content for communications, to individual training and large-scale organizational partnerships, these are the faces behind the TimeSlips team. It’s our joy to get to know you, and for you to get to know us!

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Certified Facilitator Spotlight: Ann Stromgren

As the TimeSlips community continues to grow, we’re introducing you to each of our team members and highlighting the work that benefits YOUR creative engagement. From managing myriad details of member requests, creating content for communications, to individual training and large-scale organizational partnerships, these are the faces behind the TimeSlips team. It’s our joy to get to know you, and for you to get to know us!

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News

TimeSlips’ Mission in Action: A Story of Some Righteous Fun

We are looking back at stories of TimeSlips’ mission in action all month and this week we are featuring a story from 2020, when TimeSlips Certified Trainer, Elaine Maly, facilitated a group of storytelling superheroes- The Righteous League. Read about her experience and access our facilitator guide to help you form your very own group own superheroes!

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TimeSlips combats social isolation through remote engagement this holiday season

The holiday season is a wonderful time to be with family. However, we can’t always be with those we love in-person. At TimeSlips, we provide creative communication techniques that deepen feelings of meaningful connection between care partners and those they care for. The easiest way to integrate our techniques into everyday conversations is by asking…

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Meet our new Executive Director: Ann McQueen!

Seeking Dementia Care Specialists for FREE training to build community & reduce loneliness

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Newsletters

Our Weekly and Monthly Newsletters

Monthly Newsletter | November 2021

As the TimeSlips team completes November, 2021, we are thankful for worldwide growth and connection we experience through creative connections with you, whether a family member, an advocate, a funder, a care community, educator, student or a fan: this

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WEEKLY DOSE OF CREATIVE CARE | 11-19-21

The Creative Prompt of the Week, our virtual Engagement Party event, a Year in Review event, and details on Care Jam 2021.

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WEEKLY DOSE OF CREATIVE CARE | 11-12-21

The Creative Prompt of the Week, our Year in Review event, a blog post by Kathy Hawkins, TimeSlips’ Engagement Coordinator, in honor of Veteran’s Day, and a spotlight on flutist, Eugenia Zukerman, and her experience with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Events

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CREATIVITY CENTER

Create and explore tools to spark meaningful engagement!

What is TimeSlips?

What is Meaningful and Creative Engagement?

We created this short animation to explain a bit about the TimeSlips approach. Do you know someone who is isolated or perhaps wrestling with dementia? You want to engage but don’t know how?

Let us help. Ask a Beautiful Question and invite someone to imagine, using words, sounds, movements and images. Shift away from the expectation of memory – toward the freedom that imagination can bring.