What's New at IMCC
Happy Thanksgiving!Posted on 11/23/2017
From all of us in the Insight Family, we wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Insight will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th for the holiday.
Posted on 11/15/2017
If you missed our Paintings & Pairings event, take a look at the photos on Facebook! It was a wonderful evening with 400 friends, raising over $70,000 in support of our center!
Posted on 11/07/2017
Mark your calendars and plan to join Insight for our holiday party on December 7th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm. Come for festive food and drinks, holiday music, and fun with Insight friends!
Posted on 10/30/2017
Join us for a holiday traditions session of the Mind and Body Workshop, from November 13th to December 11th! The workshop is a 5 session program series for both the caregiver and the recently diagnosed individual to participate, promoting social engagement and peer support, while adjusting to life with a new diagnosis.
Posted on 10/26/2017
Congratulations to Eden/Larmax Homes, the recipient of this year's Excellence in Memory Care Award for their therapeutic model of care, and innovative equine therapy program. Take a look at our video highlighting the program!
Posted on 10/16/2017
Save the Date for our next Wellness Workshop: Discussing Grief. Many think of grief as something that only happens after a loved one’s death, however, as a caregiver, you may experience grief for your loved with a diagnosis of dementia while they are still living. Pete Shrock, Co-Founder of Legacy Navigator, will be leading the discussion for this wellness workshop on November 18th!
Posted on 10/11/2017
Curious as to what goes on in the Day Center? Or at the early stage Reconnections program? Take a look at our photos on Facebook! We're always having fun with new friends and new activities!
Posted on 10/03/2017
We all communicate constantly throughout the day. Phone calls, emails, conversations, body language - it all comes so naturally, so why is communication so challenging with those who have dementia? Once you understand the disease - and understand their world - communication will become much easier. Here are 5 tips for understanding communication.