Spokane Journal of Business
by LeAnn Bjerken
The Renaissance at Coeur d’Alene, an assisted living and memory care community in northwest Coeur d’Alene, has begun using a new technology engagement program called iN2L that’s designed to help its residents feel happier and more engaged.
“For us, this program is a way to step into these people’s reality and help them reconnect with things or people they’ve lost touch with,” Tina Mouser, executive director at the facility says. “The learning and interactive activities help everyone to have fun and find joy in the here and now.”