Program Development

We work with municipalities, institutions, organizations, seniors housing, libraries, museums and galleries to secure the resources needed to develop and offer a variety of online and onsite programs. activities and events for older adults to identify common interests, stay connected and engage in creative, lifelong learning programs.

Of particular interest, our research projects and programs explore and promote the rich potential of arts and aging and offer opportunities to positively impact individual and community health and wellbeing. Programs are designed to harness the power of peer to peer learning supported by a facilitator, volunteer training, online mentoring and subject matter resources.

Experiential digital training programs are fun, social and interactive.

Note: our recent initiatives have received funding to research and develop creative aging programs starting Fall of Winter of 2021. We’re currently seeking new collaborators and co-sponsors for 2022-23. Call or email for more information info@creativeage.ca