Thursday, March 01, 2012

This is my life

Creating memory books for people with or without memory loss is a wonderful thing in retirement communities or in health care settings. We like the fact that EVERYONE can be part of LifeBio from independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, or memory care. With or without memory loss, everyone has a story to tell.  

LifeBio automates the process with an online system that generates instant biographies....just be answering even 10 or 20 questions. It looks professional and it is simple to do--family, volunteers, staff can visit one-on-one or a resident can do it on their own with a PC or Ipad accessing the web.

Also, LifeBio also offers MemoryBio--a perfect way for gathering the stories of people with memory loss -- and pictures and discussion starters are available online or in physical materials too.  In fact, the Mayo Clinic uses LifeBio's tools for their early-stage Alzheimer's program.  

LifeBio's new Life Story Guide provides the perfect way for volunteers to be involved with people in assisted living.  LifeBio 101 classes are a great way for groups in independent living to work on their biographies together -- and watch the new relationships unfold.

For more information, please call 937-303-4576 or email info@lifebio.com http://www.lifebio.com./Communities.htm

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