Raleigh, NC, December 01, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Senior loved ones are a rich resource of family history and unforgettable stories. The tales that span the course of a lifetime capture the essence of the individual and, in so many cases, preserve their living legacy. Through the natural course of time, these stories can be lost or forgotten – but a new national partnership aims to fix this problem.
Senior Helpers, a leading national in-home senior care provider, and LifeBio, a company dedicated to permanently preserving family memories, are now teaming up so the timeless stories of seniors from coast to coast will no longer be lost in old age or the passing of generations.
The companies are now working together to offer Senior Helpers' clients and their families the chance to capture life stories of aging loved ones by way of a memorable keepsake.
"One of the core responsibilities of our caregivers is to form a relationship, a friendship, with the clients they work with day in and day out," says Peter Ross, CEO of Senior Helpers." These relationships lead to great natural conversations as seniors talk about fond memories of the past and tales from their younger years. This new partnership with LifeBio is a perfect connection for our clients and their families – an easy way to turn a lifetime of stories into a permanent document and a lasting chronicle of an aging loved one's story."
LifeBio's Life Story Journal and Memory Journal, now available through participating Senior Helpers franchises, are bound books with specially designed questions written to engage seniors' memories and help them recall significant moments in their lives. The book is left in an elderly loved one's home so family and caregivers can pick it up, ask a few questions and document a senior's story over the time they spend together. The LifeBio journals can also be used by Senior Helpers caregivers as preventative exercises for seniors at-risk of dementia and Alzheimer's development – working to stimulate the brain and memory in specific, targeted ways.
"Everyone has a story to tell, and the tools we provide at LifeBio help aging loved ones share memories and life's journey with their family in a very meaningful way," said Beth Sanders, LifeBio Founder and CEO. "As a national leader in senior care, Senior Helpers works with thousands of older adults each day. The company's caregivers hear inspiring stories of things that have happened through the course of their clients' lives. Working together, we can help seniors and their families document all of these unique and priceless memories so the kids, grandkids and great-grandkids can all get a sense of who these individuals are and all that they have accomplished so far."
LifeBio's Life Story Journal and the Memory Journal are both available to Senior Helpers clients at a significant discount off the retail price – an offer available only through a local Senior Helpers office. For more information, visit www.seniorhelpers.com and contact a local franchise in your area.
Senior Helpers connects professional caregivers with seniors who wish to live at home as opposed to a nursing or assisted living facility. The company has 300 franchises in 42 states and one in Canada offering a wide range of personal and companion care services to assist seniors living independently with a strong focus on quality of life for the client and peace of mind for their families. Senior Helpers strives to be the leading companion and personal care provider that offers dependable, consistent and affordable home care. For more information, please visit: http://www.seniorhelpers.com/
LifeBio helps people of all ages to capture life stories and build relationships. Every person is unique with incredible experiences to record and share. LifeBio provides easy, accessible, affordable tools for reminiscing and recording what matters most. LifeBio provides journals with biography questions, an online autobiography template at www.lifebio.com, and a variety of other resources. LifeBio connects seniors with family members and caregivers to promote new conversation. For more information, please visit http://www.lifebio.com.