Our Partners & Sponsors

Leeza’s Care Connection at the Michael J. and Mary Meech Mungo Home is officially opening this month! We are so proud to partner with our founding members to transform this historic home into a community gathering places that offers FREE services designed to uplift and empower caregivers so they can flourish and thrive while caring for a family member who has a chronic and/or progressive illness.

All of our partners and sponsors are individuals and organizations committed to uplifting and empowering caregivers. Their support ensures that caregivers get Educated, Empowered, Energized, and Nourished.

 

STEEL MAGNOLIA (Platinum Sponsors)

 

Lexington Medical Center

Southeastern Freight Lines

Palmetto Health

Penn Contracting

US Foods

 

BENJAMIN F. DOVER

 

WELLNESS WARRIORS (Gold Sponsors)

Connecting Elements

 

MEMORY KEEPERS (Silver Sponsors)

Preservation Specialists

The Art of Dentistry

Lowes of Irmo (#385)

Robert J. Probst Architect PA

O'Neal Flooring Services LLC

Larry & Kimberly Echerer

The Dukes Family, Blue Marlin Catering

DR. CARLOS GIBBONS

 

FERRELL CROWLEY

 

 

PALMETTO PIONEERS (Bronze Sponsors)

IMIC Hotels

Donnis Broome

Bob and Becky Travis

Irmo Women’s Club

Right At Home HomeCare

Rodgers Builders

Bill and Evelyn Jones

Mosquito Joe of Lake Murray

Greater Lexington Chamber & Visitors Center

Family First Security

W.C. and Barbara Hammett

MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc.

Hinkel Systems, an Inpro Company

Mike Robinson, Scott Miller Associates

Gardner’s Tree Service

Palmetto PC Solutions, LLC

Ponyhill Nursery & Landscaping

Colonial Gardens Alzheimer’s Special Care Center

Simplified Office Systems

Alfred Williams & Company

Shermin

Mosquito Joe of Lake Murray

 

New & Noteworthy
The Irmo News: Dr. Carlos W. Gibbons has been awarded the 2016 Poet of the Year Award by the PoetryFest Foundation. Gibbons has a poem in the 2016 PoetryFest Publication, “On the Wings of Angels,” and has been cited as one of PoetryFest’s brightest poetry stars. Gibbons is a native
Leeza Gibbons knows firsthand of the devastation that Alzheimer’s disease can cause a family. After the loss of her grandmother and the diagnosis of her mother, Leeza and her family created the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation to meet the growing needs of those impacted by memory disorders. Interviewed by Winn
Alzheimer’s disease directly affects parts of the brain responsible for communication. Patients find it harder to both understand others and explain themselves. Patients also begin to forget the names of once familiar objects such as watches or pens. Early in the disease, people with Alzheimer’s are often able to hide
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