Project Insight is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing quality home care services to individuals with special needs.
Founded in 1997, we are a company comprised of passionate people with extensive experience in community based support. We provide non-medical home care to people in need including the elderly and persons with developmental disabilities.
Our mission is to promote community inclusion and the teaching of life skills that will enable our clients to become more self supporting. In each of our programs we strive to enhance the lives of individuals through our commitment to meeting the needs of our clients and their families.
At just two days old, Lily had her first brain surgery due to severe congenital hydrocephalus. She is missing the central part of her brain, known as the corpus callosum, which causes epilepsy and limited verbal communication. She has also been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Scimitar Syndrome, a disconnection between her heart and lungs. Though her diagnoses are numerous, her happy and loving nature does not limit her from enjoying life and bringing joy to those around her. Her vocabulary is increasing by the day; just a few weeks ago she said “I love you” for the first time. At eleven years old, Lily has already exceeded the initial expectations of her doctors. This is a miracle that can be attributed to both her and her family’s fighting nature. Lily’s hobbies include reading books, playing with trucks and cars, strolling in her neighborhood in her walker, and playing outside. When asked what she wants others to know about her, she answers: “I have good manners and I like Barney”. Lily is sassy and loves her family fiercely–and the feeling is mutual. Tyler, her brother, finds time to Skype with her even during Navy deployment. Tyler is Lily’s hero and he will sing with her regardless of who is around. Project Insight has served Lily and her family for eight years, providing attendant care and respite services.
Rosa has always valued compassion, family, and honesty. These values power the engine that have kept her working in the field of direct care to individuals with disabilities for almost twenty-five years. This foundation was established by her mother. She was a hard-working, single mother of seven, who always made sure her kids were taken care of regardless of what was happening in her own life. Rosa says her mother is her hero, and that is evident in the energy she puts in to her clients, family, and flower garden. As a single mother herself, Rosa believes her upbringing and line of work have fostered a deeper connection between her and her family. Because this field demands a patient attention towards an individual’s needs, Rosa has taught her children by example to listen to one another, to care, and to love. Rosa is proud to work as a care provider for Project Insight for the past fifteen years. In a field in which each client is different, and each day you can expect the unexpected, the communication, dependability, and friendly staff at Project Insight have anchored her to the company. “Any troubles, any questions, they are there. I can talk to them without hesitation, and learn a lot from them. I am very grateful.”
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