New technology at St. Anne Home will soon allow residents to write their own life stories.

Justin Meyer said the facility is utilizing resources offered by The resources help people write their life’s stories by organizing their lives into chapters, ultimately producing a personalized keepsake book.

"It’s amazing the amount of history here, the work history, their family history," Meyer said. "This program asks about 250 questions to evoke memories — then arranges the information into chapters, and with a click of a button creates a book of their life!"

Meyer said he is recruiting volunteers to help residents gather information about their histories, philosophies and emotions that will be used to create their books.

He said they can answer as few or as many questions as they choose.

"It’s a great way to reminisce and to leave their stories with their families," he said.

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