TimeSlips is a method of improvisational storytelling designed for people with memory loss.
Susannah Woods is a certified TimeSlips instructor and trainer who has been teaching this method for 10 years.
Sing Along The benefits of singing for people with dementia is well documented. Singing encourages people to participate in a group activity which enhances social skills and cognition.
Linda Lenke holds a Masters degree in music and a teaching credential in music. For the past 20 years she has conducted sing alongs that have been modified for people with dementia.
Arts and Crafts Creative self expression is a key to the well being of people suffering with dementia.
Kim Huhta holds a teaching credential in Decorative Arts and Textiles. She has
been teaching arts and crafts to this population for over 10 years.