Our Staff and Master Trainers offer a range of workshops and keynotes
that can be custom tailored to a wide variety of audiences.
Keynote Karaoke - an overview of creative engagement with a (euphoric) hands on lesson in choreographing stories.
Dare to Imagine - the why and the how of infusing creativity into organizations
Introduction to Creative Engagement - enhancing relationships by inviting creative expression
You tell us - we can custom design a presentation to your group
Interested in a keynote?
The Long Island Museum invited TimeSlips' Angela Fingard to give a keynote and do a workshop with staff to enhance their already amazing programming for families with dementia. Way to go LIM!
Four dancers interpret choreography and stories created by elders from 50 nursing homes across Wisconsin. Audiences learn the choreographic method and create their own dance as part of this dynamic, playful and inspiring 60-90 minute session. Please contact us for Keynote Karaoke details.
Keynote / Speaking Engagements
We do large scale (state, national, global) conference keynotes with our award winning Founder and Master Trainers. Topics include: Art is Relationships (the power of co-creation); Enchanting Aging (inspiring awe and meaning in late life); What if? Infusing Creativity into Your Organization. Please contact us to tailor a presentation to your group.
Training and Certification
Our playful online training explores creativity, aging/ageism, and the TimeSlips approach to meaningful engagement.
On behalf of our whole education staff, I am sending along our sincere thanks to you for the professional development training and your inspiring Keynote presentation. We learned so much from you both days and the feedback has been wonderfully positive. Words like inspiring, valuable and enlightening were used to describe your presentation. Your participation, expertise and heartfelt love for what you do made the day a great success!
Anne’s keynote resonated deeply with our audience of health professions students and faculty, many of whom—whether because of personal histories or professional insights—are concerned about how we treat our elders, both as patients and as people. Her presentation touched hearts while providing evidence, speaking to everyone in the room and leaving them energized to learn and do more afterwards.