Engaging in crafts, going for walks, cooking meals, and going on outings are just some of the ways volunteers and residents bond.
Who are we?
Lifesharing at Innisfree means that residents and their volunteer caregivers live as families in the community’s 15 houses. In this close-knit environment, people develop profound relationships based on mutual needs, respect, and love.
We are happy to announce our new Executive Director!
We are happy to announce the appointment of Aurore (Rorie) Hutter as our new Executive Director. She will be joining Innisfree on June 1st, shadowing Carolyn until her retirement. Rorie comes to Innisfree from the Virginia Institute of Autism (VIA) in Charlottesville, where she has been Director of Education. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Distinction from the University of Virginia and her master’s degree in Special Education from Old Dominion University and has served as an adjunct professor at UVA. Rorie has been well known to us through VIA, Sojourners, and as our Charlottesville neighbor. We are thrilled to welcome her to our community.