12101 Lima Rd
Byron Health Center will to host renowned accordionist Jay Fox in the Eakin Family Room on Wednesday, May 15th. Jay will also perform for residents on Swander Lane after the Eakin Family Room performance. Arrangements for the appearance are made through a partnership with Audiences Unlimited. This Community Program allow residents and team members to get up close and personal with a few members of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic while being able to enjoy wonderful music in the comfort of home.
The program also encourages interaction and participation through singing along, dancing and clapping, creating smiles and sweet memories. Music takes the residents back in time. The feeling of yesterday – joy, laughter, precious moments shared with loved ones – comes back.
Audiences Unlimited creates cultural experiences that enrich the lives of people with limited access to the arts and inspires others to value a rich quality of life for all people. In 1972, Lillian C. Embick had a vision to bring joy and attention to people in nursing homes. With the support of her husband, Byron, she created a community-based non-profit arts organization that has reached more than 2.8 million audience members through music and the arts. 45 years later, her vision has blossomed into a nonprofit organization that serves Allen, DeKalb, Noble, LaGrange, and Steuben counties. From long-term care facilities to hospitals, Audiences Unlimited reaches those with diverse needs and abilities.