What's New at IMCC

What's New at IMCC

  • We had a blast at our family barbeque celebrating the summer with IMCC friends. Take a look at our photos on Facebook!

  • We had a great time on our third annual Caregiver Cruise! We sailed with 8 families to sunny Bermuda to enjoy a safe and supportive vacation. Take a look at the highlights on our blog!

  • July 4th Holiday

    Just a friendly reminder that IMCC will be closed on July 3rd and 4th for the Independence Day holiday. Enjoy your long weekend!

  • Backyard BBQ Tonight!

    Insight family members are invited to join us this afternoon for a Backyard Barbeque! Stop by anytime between 3:30 and 5:30 pm to have some great barbeque and lemonade, enjoy a few outdoor games, and celebrate summer with other IMCC families. We look forward to seeing you tonight!

  • We know that every case of dementia is a little different, but no one knows better than other caregivers what caregivers are going through. Take a look at these 5 tips for caregivers, from caregivers.

  • Nominations for our Excellence in Memory Care Award will be accepted until the end of this month, so complete your nomination forms soon! Learn more about the award, and see if you know an individual or organization that be a good fit!

  • Want to Do More? Your support today will help Insight serve families living with dementia in our community! Today, June 8th, thousands of people in the Washington, DC area are coming together for Do More 24, our region's biggest giving day. The 24-hour online fundraiser will bring together 600 nonprofits working to strengthen our community! Insight strengthens our community one family at a time, working with each family at their individual stage of the disease process, providing specialized care, education, and support.

  • We departed for our 3rd annual Caregiver Cruise this morning! To keep up with all our adventures, follow us on our Cruise blog! We'll be posting daily highlights of our excursions!

 

 

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