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Creating a Real-Life Video Experience for Individuals Facing Memory Loss

Creating a Real-Life Video Experience
for Individuals Facing Memory Loss

Quality of Life/Satisfaction with Care and Services

Organization Name
Evangelical Homes of Michigan Senior Solutions (“EHM”)

Organization Type
Diverse Long Term and Post-Acute Provider; offering an array of home based services and technology solutions via four (4) subsidiaries to over 6000 older adults annually.

It’s Never 2 Late (iN2L) is a national technology provider focused on client engagement and life enriching experiences for persons with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and generalized memory impairment through the use of multiple technologies designed with the end-user in mind, including, but not limited to care providers dealing with individuals with memory loss, family and friends who are seeking meaningful interaction and relationships, and most importantly, the client who is seeking meaningful interactions as their own disease progresses.

Other Partner
Saline Area Schools

Organization Description

EHM is known for its innovative and technology-advanced programs targeted to serve individuals with memory loss or memory impairment.
EHM’s Memory Support Center at Brecon Village, its Cottage Homes, as well as its Dottie Crim Adult Day Center in Saline, Michigan, strive to
normalize the aging process and the impact of declining memory for the one in eight Washtenaw County individuals over the age of 65 that are faced with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Since 2010, these programs have remained at full capacity, caring for nearly 800 individuals affected by memory impairment. The individuals served since the memory support opened in 2010 are primarily residents of Washtenaw County and, in particular, the city of Saline. With its full array of services and solutions, EHM serves 6000 seniors and their families on an annual basis.

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