One of the wonderful life events to celebrate is a wedding anniversary, and LifeBio has the perfect way to mark the occasion! One of the many story templates available with an online LifeBio account is the Love Story, which allows the writer to tell all about the special moments they have shared with their significant other.
“A picture says a thousand words,” as the saying goes. Many people have pictures from throughout their whole lives — boxes upon boxes (or computer files upon computer files) of baby, school, family, and holiday photos. And each one of these pictures inevitably can be linked to a memory or two.
The most comprehensive journal offered in the LifeBio store is the Memory Journal. It contains over 200 questions that cover many topics, including your family, childhood, schooling, career, life lessons, and notable historical events. The journal available for purchase now in the LifeBio store was updated in 2017.
It is amazing when a person's life story can be built online. For many people, it is the only way to go, especially for those that want to avoid like the plague just staring at a blank sheet of paper wondering where to start. Why not use the power of a website to write your life story online?
LifeBio's Phone Interviews Gather Key Background
About one year ago, LifeBio began something NEW to assist our senior living clients with a key issue. With a special Permission Form signed, we began speaking directly with the FAMILY MEMBERS of residents with Alzheimer's Disease or other memory challenges.
The results of a recent trial led at the University of Exeter, King's College London, and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust were presented at the Azheimer's Association International Conference. According to an article published on Science Daily, "Two 'care staff champions' at each home were trained over four day-long sessions, to take simple measures that such as involve talking to residents about their interests and decisions around their own care. When combined with just one hour a week of social interaction, it improved quality of life and reduced agitation."
An article published on June 26, 2017 by the International Business Times ("Dementia in Old Age Can Be Prevented By Cognitive Training, Report Says"), outlines a recent report that was released by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine which details that cognitive training could help prevent dementia.
Board Certified Music Therapist Natalie Spencer of Moorings Park found that she was having challenges coming up with ideas to stimulate meaningful conversation with some of her participants during their sessions. She mentioned this to the Director of Wellness, Celeste Lynch, who suggested that Natalie consider using LifeBio's Reminiscence Therapy program with her Music Therapy sessions.
In 2017, the Washington Post published an article online titled "How to maintain, or even improve, your memory as you age" (June 3, 2017). The article outlines a few simple things that can be done to help your memory.