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LifeBio's 7 Tips for Intergenerational Programming

1. Keep the experience short and simple (at least at first). Youth today are very busy in after-school activities so they won’t have a lot of extra time on their hands. However, once they try something simple in an intergenerational program, some will get “hooked” and become your most reliable volunteers in the long run (and maybe future employees too!). Try different things to see what works best for you.

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St. Anne Home implements LifeBio technology

New technology at St. Anne Home will soon allow residents to write their own life stories.

Justin Meyer said the facility is utilizing resources offered by LifeBio.com. The resources help people write their life’s stories by organizing their lives into chapters, ultimately producing a personalized keepsake book.

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Health benefits of journaling

Writing can have a big impact on physical symptoms from arthritis to asthma to PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) and depression.

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Lost Generation - video from AARP

This is just incredible....watch it all the way to the end.

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Rethinking Reminiscence: we all lose when memories are lost or forgotten

As we work with health care organizations, retirement living, hospitals, adult day centers, senior centers, home care agencies, and libraries, it has become abundantly clear why it is, indeed, the right time to be capturing life stories more.

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Elderhood Rising: The Dawn of a New World Age

Dr. Bill Thomas brillantly talks about ageism, the dominance of adulthood in our society, and why aging is going to save us." Aging is going to work a piece of magic on our society.

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Heading to Minnesota for a celebration of veterans' stories prior to Memorial Day

GracePointe Crossing 'Celebrating America with Veterans' Stories

Date: May 18, 2011
Event DescriptionCelebrating America with Veterans' Stories

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Adult day program ideas for retirement communities

Independent living residents are moving into communities for a variety of reasons, but one reason is because one or both of them is/are experiencing mild cognitive impairment or Alzheimer's Disease.

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Nursing home send 1000 cranes to Japan

Read how St. John's Home in Rochester, New York is sending good will to their friends in Japan.

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