Reminiscence has been found to lower depression, improve attitudes of people toward caregivers, and increase self esteem. That's why health care companies and hospitals are taking notice of LifeBio's innovative reminiscence programming for individuals and communities. This is cognitive fitness at its finest without all the expense of other brain fitness programs.

Many home health or services like Home Instead are also looking for innovative ways to improve their delivery of companionship services--how do you avoid the trap of watching TV and move people to more stimulating conversation? With the help of the Life Story Journal, friendly visitors are now able to have conversations about things other than the "same old, same old" topics (weather, health, sports, food). It makes sense that service and care improves when people really know each other. Plus, health care providers can be more motivational by knowing more about the person's past which will help them build a better future.