The Sheridan Elder Research Centre for Creative Aging (SERCCA), a branch of the Sheridan Elder Research Centre (SERC), is committed to seeking innovative ways for older adults of all ages and abilities to actively participate in the creative and performing arts. The primary objective of our research is to better understand how participating in skill-based activities enhances quality of life and promotes healthy aging.
Becoming an individual member of SERCCA is free.
Benefits of membership include:
- Quarterly newsletters starting in March 2011
- Notices of opportunities to participate in SERCCA research
- Up-to-date information on arts educational events
- Access to relevant arts webinars