LifeBio is partnering with researchers from the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging to use A.I. in order to connect with and improve quality of care for elders. Together they have been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Institute of Aging to develop and test an online platform which will facilitate life story work for individuals living with dementia.READ MORE
Sometimes in the most difficult of times, the most amazing things happen.
Gateway Community Action Partnership’s Foster Grandparents experienced a time of togetherness during the current COVID-19 pandemic that was as unexpected as the virus itself. Working with www.lifebio.com, Gateway’s Foster Grandparents were able to bridge the cyber gap to reconnect and offer each other support. LifeBio provided free access to an easy to use telephone platform, called MyHelloLine, each Thursday afternoon for four weeks in late May through mid-June. It was so successful that it will restart again for four more weeks in July.READ MORE
Laura Franco, VP/Director of Post-Acute Regulatory Strategy, and Beth Sanders, Founder and CEO of LifeBio
Click on this link to listen in as Laura Franco, VP/Director of Post-Acute Regulatory Strategy, and Beth Sanders, Founder and CEO of LifeBio, discuss Person-Centered Care:READ MORE
Motivating, inspiring and forward thinking; Naidex is the powerhouse event of the independent living and disability industries.READ MORE
LIFEBIO HELPS PEOPLE... AND SENIOR COMMUNITIES!
For over a decade, www.LifeBio.com has helped tens of thousands of people tell their life stories using our online platform, which guides the user through a series of biographical questions, then allows the individual to create his or her very own book. In addition to serving the consumer, however, it has been the great privilege of LifeBio to assist senior living communities across the nation capture and preserve the biographical information of their residents, which staff and volunteers can use to focus their person-centered care plans to meet the unique needs of each individual.
“They know me,” she says proudly when we sit down to talk. “They remember who I am.”
As I meet and visit with people with memory loss, it is apparent that there is great comfort in being deeply known. We all want to be known and remembered by the people around us each day. We want to be reminded that our lives have significance and meaning. We have things to contribute....
LifeBio's new "Letter to My Children and Loved Ones" template provides a simple approach to empower mothers and fathers to share their memories, wishes, and advice with present and future generations.READ MORE
You can meet ordinary, extraordinary people everywhere you go. Today, meet John. John was interviewed recently by LifeBio by phone. John lives at Pickett Care, an elder community that follows the principles of the Eden Alternative, realizing the importance of each person being deeply known.READ MORE
My friend, Kevin Williams, works with a lot of senior living providers (as www.lifebio.com/health does too). I asked him to talk about storytelling from a marketing person's point of view as well as from a family member's point of view when they are seeking out GREAT service and care in their local area. We discussed the fact that seniors in a retirement community are the BEST people to share the story of why they love living there---but another amazing thought is celebrating the life stories of the AMAZING people in your midst (tell THAT story). That will certainly get the media's attention more than anything else.