Independence Court of Hyattsville

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Independence Court of Hyattsville
Independence Court of Hyattsville is listed in the Nursing Homes & Life Care Facilities category in Hyattsville, Maryland. Displayed below is the only current social network for Independence Court of Hyattsville which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Independence Court of Hyattsville on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Independence Court of Hyattsville is:
5821 Queens Chapel Rd
Hyattsville, MD 20782
(301) 699-7900

"Independence Court of Hyattsville" - ZapScore Report

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Independence Court of Hyattsville has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Independence Court of Hyattsville has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Hyattsville, Maryland is 31 and in the Nursing Homes & Life Care Facilities category is 47. Learn more about ZapScore

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Social Posts for Independence Court of Hyattsville

Happy Mother's Day to all of the amazing moms out there! We thank you for who you are and all that you do! ❤️

A little rain won't stop even our youngest volunteer from supporting ICH! In need of volunteer hours for school or looking for a great way to give back to the community? Give us a call at today (301) 699-7900 to learn more about our Volunteer Program and how you can enrich lives by supporting our seniors!

Independence Court of Hyattsville added 2 new photos.
With Easter coming up we thought we would turn into the Easter Bunny and let our volunteers know how much we care about them! Our talented and crafty Residents helped make them their own Easter baskets <3

ICH's Respite Program covers accommodations, all meals and 24-hour care in a safe and secure setting for as little as seven days. Also there is no additional charge to participate in our activities during your loved ones say. Call us at (301) 699-7900 for more information or to set up a tour!

Independence Court of Hyattsville shared Goucher College Music's event.
Please check out this amazing event at Goucher College- sure to be filled with great music and friends while taking a closer look at how music and memory are intertwined. See you there!
The Goucher College Choirs (Daniel McDavitt, director), Deer Creek Chorale (Martha Banghart, director), and guest conductor Bruce Rogers will present a collaborative concert on the theme of music and memory. We have each had moments when hearing a particular song brought a strong memory to mind, and seemed to transport us elsewhere. This is more than a simply pleasant phenomenon. Music is increasingly used to help Alzheimer patients, as Oliver Sacks said, "reacquire [their] identity" as "it will call the whole person." This concert program will feature several pieces that illustrate the power of music to trigger memory and bring hope, including to those who have lost memory. The program will feature the mid-Atlantic premiere of Robert Cohen’s "Alzheimer's Stories," which dramatically interprets Dr. Alzheimer's discovery of the disease, shares amusing and moving stories and experiences of patients, and conveys words of comfort and hope for caregivers. Audience members may find some of these experiences to be personally familiar, with a deeper appreciation for the powerful role music plays in summoning memory and connecting patients with their friends and family. Soprano Carolyn Black-Sotir and baritone Thomas Beard will be featured performers, along with a professional orchestra. Mr. Cohen will be present for the performance. The concert will also feature the world premiere of a new work commissioned by the Deer Creek Chorale, "Three Memories," composed by Goucher College faculty member and Director of Choral Activities Daniel McDavitt, as well as a performance by the Deer Creek Youth Choir (Julie Culotta, director).
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