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Education Programs

As a part of our mission, Insight Memory Care Center strives to provide education and support to family caregivers on the many issues surrounding Alzheimer's disease and other memory impairments. Insight offers classes designed specifically to help caregivers build their skills and confidence while learning more about Alzheimer's resources in the community.

Additionally, Insight offers behavioral and program consultation services to professional organizations (long-term care communities, assisted living residences, nursing homes and day centers) providing dementia care to older adults. Insight is also available to give presentations on Alzheimer's and caregiving to a variety of community organizations, including: businesses, school groups, service organizations, and faith communities.

 

 

  • Free specialized classes are offered for caregivers to build their skills and confidence while learning more about Alzheimer's resources in the community. Respite care is provided during each class session.

  • IMCC offers a variety of training options to businesses, school groups, service organizations, and faith communities regarding current topics in Alzheimer's disease and caregiving. With our expertise in dementia care, IMCC also provides consulting services and specialty seminars for long-term care facilities and other professional groups serving older adults.

  • A fingertip guide for caregivers, and IMCC’s own unique publication, “Caregiving at a Glance” provides strategies for managing behavior challenges and planning for future care.

  • Worried about a friend or loved one - or yourself? We provide free monthly memory screenings at our center! No appointments are necessary.

Programs & Services

"We participate in as many educational, support and social activities as possible which have given us hope, knowledge, strength, and friendships. So many wonderful activities help us navigate through a very challenging time in our lives. I really don't think I could keep my husband at home if it weren't for IMCC."