What's New at IMCC

What's New at IMCC

  • ElderLink is pleased to present Caring for You, Caring for Me, a free signature program of the Rosalynn Carter Institute. “Caring for You, Caring for Me” is a blend of interactive support and education for caregivers of older adults. Join us for a 5-week program to learn more about caregiving, methods of coping with stress, resources available, and ways to work with your loved one to make caregiving more successful.

  • Our story is a collection of stories. Hear more from our families and take a look at our recent accomplishments in our 2017 Annual Report!

  • Insight offers free, confidential memory screenings on the fourth Wednesday of each month. If you have concerns about your memory, or just want a baseline for future comparison, come on in for a screening!

  • Do you ever wonder if a lapse in memory is something more? It's easy to misplace your keys, forget the name of someone you just met, or make a mistake balancing your checkbook. When is it time to seek a doctor's advice? Learn more about the 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's disease.

  • Whether you've made a resolution to learn more about caregiving, or you'd just like to brush up on a specific topic, we hope you'll join us for one of our many education programs this year at Insight Memory Care Center. Take a look at our Education Calendar to see sessions to look forward to!

  • Just as a friendly reminder - since it's the season for snow! - we wanted to remind you of our inclement weather policy. Insight Memory Care Center follows Fairfax County Public Schools for weather related closures.

  • Happy New Year!

    From all of us at Insight Memory Care Center, we wish you a very Happy New Year, and all the best for 2018 ahead!

  • It’s the most wonderful time of the year – so the song goes. Here are 5 tips for not just surviving, but making the holidays the most wonderful time of the year.

 

 

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What's New at IMCC

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