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Health Care & Senior Living

LifeBio offers an evidence-based approach to improve health outcomes through person-centered care. Knowing the whole person and engaging them makes a difference.

LifeBio captures life stories in senior living and health care organizations. Our evidence-based approach reduces loneliness while increasing social connectedness, feelings of happiness, and overall wellbeing. Staff and volunteers build strong connections when each unique person is more deeply known. LifeBio helps individualize activities and supports regulations, which require person-centered care and personalized memory care. LifeBio partners with communities and organizations to use the power of life story to impact care. Life stories improve overall quality, personal relationships, and health outcomes. LifeBio generates biographies online or in physical journals. We summarize them to easily reference the story and personalize care. Getting Started Training and ongoing support are provided to staff.

Knowing a person’s background and preferences can help defuse difficult situations and lessen boredom and anxiety. LifeBio highlights a person’s life patterns and preferences, helping direct care staff learn the best approach to care. During LifeBio phone interviews, family members provide key biographical information to help your community deliver the best quality service.

The LifeBio Story process creates up to three products, which vary depending on level of care.

  • Life Story Book – For the resident/patient to keep
  • Snapshot Summary – To display for others to learn more about the person
  • Action Plan – For staff education behind-the-scenes

Life story summary materials

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Knowing the Whole Person -- Made Easier Than Ever

LifeBio CEO, Beth Sanders, explains her motivation for starting LifeBio. Beth tells her personal story of learning about her grandmother as a whole person. She talks about the importance of getting to know a person and their story. LifeBio aides in using a person’s story for person-centered care.

Record the background of people reaching advanced age or facing life-threatening illnesses or memory loss.

Increase feelings of wellbeing and happiness, while delivering excellence in person-centered care.

Used by health plans, senior living, nursing homes, hospitals, and all types of health care providers. Both LifeBio and MyHelloLine are available and customizable to your organization's needs.

Bring out the best stories and key information --help the person share his or her legacy without delay or difficulty for excellence in person-centered or patient-centered care.

"LifeBio is a great program that allows our residents to reminisce about the past, express their dreams, and have a wonderful legacy to share with their family. Students who have interviewed our elders have learned history first hand, and felt honored to preserve life stories that may have seemed ordinary at first, but ended up capturing the extraordinary in the process."

Cathy W. Cathy W.
Director of Volunteer Services, Calhoun County Medical Care Facility (Battle Creek, MI)

LifeBio is the premier life story and communication platform used in health care and senior living organizations.

LifeBio offers customizable license agreements, which include materials, training, and ongoing support. For more information, a sample pack, or a custom quote, please complete the attached form.

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Use the power of natural storytelling and reminiscence therapy to promote wellbeing. Iowa State University found there was a statistically-significant increase in happiness and satisfaction with life when using the LifeBio process with individuals over age 65. Studies and projects with LifeBio are underway in conjunction with the Mayo Clinic and at the University of Alabama. Because LifeBio increases purpose and meaning, there is a great potential for lowering of overall health care costs while improving health outcomes.

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