Recent News at Insight
Insight will be closed through April 10th. We’re taking things week by week here at Insight, trying to respond to this unique situation the best that we can while making plans for April to continue to provide you as many virtual services as possible.
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. Here are a few things to look forward to this year.
It’s been a long time coming, but New Year, New Blog! We’re very excited to start this blog a resource for those who are caring for a loved one with a memory impairment.
On Sunday, December 1st, the Sentimental Journey Singers concluded their first season with a fantastic debut concert. Held at St. George’s United Methodist Church, the chorus sang 6 pieces in total, finishing with their namesake piece: Sentimental Journey.
Thank you so much to all of our supporters who joined us at Paintings & Pairings to celebrate the care, education, and support that Insight provides to thousands of individuals affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments in our community each year. We all enjoyed great auction items, delicious hors d’oeuvres and wine pairings, and a fantastic program, raising over $70,000 for Insight Memory Care Center!
Happy Adult Day Services Week! If you follow us on Facebook, you've probably seen some of the fun activities we've planned for our spirit week, and a few ways we've been thanking our staff for their hard work and dedication.
Our Dementia Friendly Fairfax (DFFairfax) team is excited to announce the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging have officially welcomed Fairfax to the nation-wide network of Dementia Friendly Communities!
Dementia Friendly Herndon is bringing dementia training in the community, including restaurants! Diane and her team at Famous Toastery were excited to receive additional training from Dementia Friendly Herndon as they have already had several community members with dementia dine with them. They want to be able to fully support their needs and allow for a pleasant dining experience for all customers.