The Therapeutic Recreation Team was recognized for outstanding usage of the IN2L (It's Never 2 Late) computer system with residents at the Sleepy Eye Care Center.

Mary Boyde, Executive Director of the Volunteers of America Sleepy Eye Senior Living Campus, congratulated the Therapeutic Recreation Team on being recognized by Volunteers of America for outstanding content usage of the IN2L (It’s Never 2 Late) computer system with residents at the Care Center. The IN2L computer utilizes a touchscreen interface. The intuitive design allows seniors — regardless of experience, physical or intellectual abilities — to use the computer pleasurably, engagingly and with minimal frustration. The software has social, cognitive, spiritual and physical content, including individual email accounts, music, brain exercises, interactive games, puzzles, word games, hymns, sermons, aerobics and therapeutic activities. Pictured with Boyde (at left) are Kelly Donofrio, Life Enrichment Director; Lindsay Beyer, Memory Care Coordinator and Debra Hollister, Activities Assistant. Activities Assistant, Derek Haala, was not present for the picture.