LifeBio makes it easy for YOU and your family to write and share your unique memories and experiences with your loved ones. LifeBio provides an online template of biography and autobiography questions that have been carefully crafted to bring out interesting and priceless life stories. Topics in the LifeBio Individual Bio Packages include family history, people that made a difference, childhood memories, historical events, the “real world” of adulthood, and life lessons and beliefs. Just answer the thought-provoking questions and watch an incredible life story unfold! Every person has a story to tell and every person should have a lasting legacy.
It’s time for you and your family to create a priceless record of stories and memories—without difficulty or delay.Learn more about LifeBio’s memoir writing services and autobiography templates.
LifeBio is the premier life story and memory care solution used in health care and senior living organizations (providers and payers too). LifeBio offers online software, physical journals, class materials, and other life enrichment/engagement tools for organizations.
Learn more about LifeBio’s reminiscence therapy and memory care solutions in health care & senior living.
LifeBio’s system is deployed to record the background of people reaching advanced age or facing life-threatening illnesses or memory loss. LifeBio increases feelings of wellbeing and happiness, while delivering excellence in person-centered care. LifeBio is used in senior living (independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing), memory care, hospice, hospitals, senior centers, health insurers, and more. LifeBio’sreminiscence therapy approach asks proven questions to bring out the best stories and key information--helping the person share his or her legacy to create a beautiful and personalized Life Story Book. In addition, LifeBio creates 1-page Snapshot summaries to display; Action Plans list specific preferences and personalized ideas for care planning. We help staff members know more about patients, residents, or clients to improve quality and to differentiate organizations in a competitive market.
LifeBio is excited to share these excerpts from the LifeBios created by our members. Be inspired by these simply amazing “ordinary” but truly EXTRAORDINARY life stories. Every person has a story to tell, and LifeBio is making this process easier than ever. We ask the right questions to bring out the best stories! Every person has unique life experience and family history to share.
“As an early entrepreneur, my grandpa, Henry Deblieck, started a small dairy delivery business on the west side of Chicago in the early 1900’s. Every day he would buy milk and dairy products from local producers, then deliver them in his horse-drawn wagon. One of his stops was a local tavern."
“I attended Findlay Senior High School, and I became the editor of the school paper. My whole journalism class traveled to New York City for a newspaper conference, and we also went to the Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey CBS Stage Show. Elvis was making one of his early TV appearances on Saint Patrick’s Day 1956."
“As a child, I vacillated between wanting to be a teacher like my grandmother and wanting to be a nurse because of the cool uniforms. Nursing won out after I read the Sue Barton and Cherry Ames novels."
“Biking has long been a favorite hobby of mine. I remember getting my first bike from the Marion Gamble Hardware Store as a birthday gift from my parents when I was in grade school. The picture on the left below is of my father holding me when I was just a newborn."
“In 1963, I started teaching third grade at Sacred Heart School in Lombard, Illinois. At that time, you did not need a teaching degree in a Parochial School (I had begun pursuing my teaching degree, but I had not finished yet). My first class had 54 students."
"Our Guernsey herd was such an integral part of our life… they were like family! We took them to all the local fairs: Urbana, London, Hilliard (which is Franklin County), the Ohio State Fair, and two or three others."
"One day, I was talking to a fireman and he told me to put my application into the Battle Creek Fire Department. I was hired, and it started a wonderful career for me. I loved that every run was different and there were never any two alike."
"I was working at Sutherland Paper company as a commercial artist and also building our first house when I got my "greeting" for induction on March 2, 1951. I was to report on March 29th."
"My name is Katie, and I was born in 1923 in Tevel, Hungary. As a little girl, my family lived on a homestead. We had ten acres and it was called “existence” farming, because we could exist on those ten acres."
"I was the youngest of five children – four girls and one boy – with my brother Charles being right in the middle! My two older sisters and Charles were too old to be my playmates, but my sister, Mary, and I played together often."
"My brother, Roland, was always my 'other dad' since he was 8 years older than me. He taught me how to ride a bicycle; catch a baseball; and later when I was driving, he helped me get a car unstuck and also helped with cleaning the spark-plugs."
I enlisted a day after I graduated from high school. I chose the Army because I knew, if I went in the Navy, I would get seasick, so the Navy was not a good choice for me. My vision wasn't good, so flying was not for me.
My brother-in-law used to say that I reminded him of Lucille Ball. He said I always looked like I was up to something – and I often was! I am still a very positive person...