Wednesday, September 2nd (Session F5) - Arts and Aging for Community

F5

What if programming in nursing homes was so interesting that families and neighbors wanted to come and participate alongside Elders? What if it was so “out of the ordinary” that it sparked interest all over the community? Join us for an interactive journey into the world of "Wendy's Neverland", a site-specific performance performed by Elders, Staff, Volunteers and Artists in 3 Kentucky nursing homes in 2019!

1. Identify the role of creative engagement in community building.
2. Identify phases of long-range community building arts projects using the example of Wendy's Neverland.
3. Summarize the impact of Wendy's Neverland on all parties involved.
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Anne Basting

President, TimeSlips Creative Storytelling

Anne Basting is Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, and founder and President of TimeSlips Creative Storytelling. Basting's innovative work as an artist and scholar has been recognized by a MacArthur Fellowship, an Ashoka Fellowship, a Rockefeller Fellowship, and multiple major grants. She is author/editor of multiple books, including her latest, Creative Care (HarperOne); as well as The Penelope Project (U of Iowa), and Forget Memory (Johns Hopkins). TimeSlips fosters an alliance of artists and caregivers bringing meaning and joy to late life through creativity, and has over 900 certified facilitators in 48 states and 20 countries.

Angie McAllister

Director of Quality of Life and Culture Change, Signature Health

Angie McAllister has worked in long-term care since 1995 when she entered the field as a nursing assistant. During the past 22 years, she has worked in many roles including that of an Activities Professional and most currently as Director of Quality of Life and Culture Change for Signature HealthCare. Angie has worked to improve the stigma and perception around aging and nursing homes in general through innovative programming and creativity.  She also serves on the Eden Alternative Board of Directors where she works to drive person-directed practices in all healthcare settings.

Laura Beck

Host

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F5: Arts and Aging for Community
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2 Questions Please give us your feedback. Objectives: Identify the role of creative engagement in community building. Identify phases of long-range community building arts projects using the example of Wendy's Neverland. Summarize the impact of Wendy's Neverland on all parties involved.
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