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Partner Testimonial: Michele Tarsitano-Amato

Partner Testimonial: Michele Tarsitano-Amato

“If you are looking for a software program for digital signage and calendar creation that is cost-effective, then I encourage you to schedule a demo.  LifeShare will hand you the kit to start and provide you 1 month free to make sure the program works for you. After...

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4 Ways to Use In-Room LifeShare During the Holidays

4 Ways to Use In-Room LifeShare During the Holidays

We made it! We’re approaching, in my opinion, the best time of the year-- Christmas! From our LifeShare family to yours, we would like to provide 5 tips on using In-Room LifeShare during ‘The Holiday Season.’ Using these tips, you too can enjoy the ‘most wonderful...

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LifeShare With Memory Care

LifeShare With Memory Care

Unfortunately, Dementia symptoms, Alzheimer’s being the most common disease, are very real and very scary. It is hard to combat. It is tough to watch a loved one go through. Every day is not like the last and that brings its own set of challenges. LifeShare recognizes...

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3 Ways to Save Time as an Activity Director

3 Ways to Save Time as an Activity Director

Centered in any great senior living community is an even greater Activity Director. As an Activity Director, it is your job to enrich the lives of those residents whom you are engaging with every day. By working with Activity Directors all over the country, we have...

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Inspirations

Inspirations

When I look back and think of who or what inspired me to be the person I am today and what continues to inspire me, I immediately think of my family and friends.  There are always other temporary inspirations in my life, but I always find myself returning to those two...

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Socialization Across Generations

Socialization Across Generations

If you were to take a look around you, what would you see? I find myself looking around and seeing many individuals having social interactions. However, most of these “social” interactions are not done face to face, but instead through the use of technology. Today, we...

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Independent, Yet Connected

Independent, Yet Connected

Going to college was the first time I ever had to fend for myself.  It was the first time that I wasn’t living under my parents’ roof, eating their food or driving around in their cars. I was finally an independent person, living completely on my own. In a small...

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