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LifeBio, Inc. Overview

My name is Beth Sanders and I am CEO of LifeBio, Inc. 

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Let's Get Social

Here are our Social Media Links and Hashtags! 

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7 Reasons Partnership Matters NOW More Than Ever

1) You cannot do it all, nor should you try. With a workforce crisis happening in some places in senior living, hospice, or health care, outsourcing things that a partner can help you with is critical. A good partner is a constant even when, internally, staff members change.

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What is MyHello?

MyHello is a tech-powered, LIVE phone visit platform that increases social engagement using proven life story work. MyHello calls are "life story focused" to build meaningful and lasting relationships. MyHello addresses Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) and builds social connections to help those experiencing loneliness and social isolation. Loneliness impacts 43% of people age 65 and older.

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What is LifeBio Memory?

Every person has a story to tell, and every person deserves a lasting legacy. LifeBio Memory is the perfect chance to have a meaningful conversation, while getting to know a special person better. Individuals can also use LifeBio Memory to capture their own stories.

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The Birth of an Agetech App: The Importance of Research to Inform Development

I’d like to share a few details on the birth of our app, LifeBio Memory, and how research has revolutionized the agile software development process for us at LifeBio, Inc.

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My Grandfather and How He Remembered the Friends He Lost in World War II

By Laura Plaster 

My grandfather, Alvin Newton Bugbee, Jr., was twenty years old when he was called to active duty in June of 1943. He was a 2nd Lieutenant in the 70th Infantry Division where he served as Weapons Platoon Leader and later as Battalion Motor Officer. He fought in the battles of Ardennes-Alsace, The Battle of the Bulge opposing the German Operation Nordwind, the Rhineland, and Central Europe. He was awarded the Combat Infantry Badge, two Purple Hearts, the Bronze Star, the ETO ribbon with three battle stars, the European Theater Medal, the Army of Occupation Medal, the Victory Medal, and the French Cross of Lorraine. 

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Connection Points: How to Start Using Stories to Build Relationships

Social connectedness feels good, and it is the antidote of loneliness. Most people understand how important it is for life and health.  But what is a tangible first step you can take towards connecting with a family or friend in your life? How do you get started? And then how do you make the connection deeper? 

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When Mother's Day Isn't Easy

I’ve seen a trend in my inbox these past few weeks; subject lines that read, “option to opt out of Mother’s Day emails.” When I open the message, there’s text inside that reads something along the lines of ‘this day can bring up a lot’ or ‘We get it, Mother’s Day is tough.’

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The Greatest Gift - Patrick's Story

The Greatest Gift by Patrick McGee

I was born on September 12, 1956, in Santa Ana, California. My father was superintendent of the Orange County Juvenile Hall. For the first few years of my life, we led a charmed existence where everyone knew us. My earliest recollections of my dad are of him walking out across the front yard carrying his briefcase and wearing his suit and tie.

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