Marietta Community Foundation and Marietta Welfare League award Harmar Place Community grants for person-centered technology
The Harmar Place Community can now create more meaningful experiences for its residents through person-centered engagement technology, It’s Never Too Late (iN2L).
The technology was purchased by two grants from the Marietta Community Foundation, the Marietta Welfare League and employees of the nursing community.
iN2L offers content-driven engagement to connect older adults to the world around them. The Harmar Place Community is using this technology to enable innovative programming and life enrichment.
Harmar residents have been using the technology to listen to music during dining hours, streaming hymns for afternoon Bible study and watching enjoyable videos.
“It is truly a remarkable asset,” said Sue Boulton, Administrator of the Harmar Place Community. “We are thankful for the gracious donations provided by our Marietta community and staff members which made this purchase possible.”
The Marietta Welfare League and the Marietta Community Foundation received funds donated to purchase the technology through the Edward Parrish Chapter of Colonial Dames XVII Century Fund; Doing Good Today, Tomorrow, Together Fund; Rutter Family Charitable Fund; Binkley Charitable Fund; and Employees of the Harmar Place Community.