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How Staff Scheduling Can Influence Your Community


Establishing routines in your community can have substantial impacts on both staff and residents. In this post, we’ll be looking at consistent assignment, when staff members routinely care for the same residents (in 80% of their shifts), and how this can create lasting benefits in your community. Consistent assignment can have profound impacts on staff retention, resident engagement and satisfaction, referrals, overhead reduction, and more. Let’s take a look.

Deepening Relationships
While a rotating staffing method may make things like filling in a call out easier, it can also prove to be a hindrance to relationship building between staff and the residents in their care. Staff members in the senior living space often get involved, and stay involved, in the field because they care about their residents and because they genuinely want to make a difference, however a rotating schedule doesn’t always allow for this kind of relationship building. Having staff members routinely care for the same individuals allows for deeper connections which can lead to better staff retention and more satisfied residents.

Job Satisfaction
Being able to establish long-standing relationships with residents is directly correlated to job satisfaction for staff members; as staff members bond more with their residents, job satisfaction increases and vice versa. An increase in satisfaction is, in part, due to relationship building, but is also influenced by ease of job duties. When staff are scheduled using the consistent assignment method, they spend less time figuring out how to care for their residents (think about familiarizing yourself with a new resident, having to figure out resident personalities, etc.). There’s no surprise that staff members who are more content with their jobs are more likely to stay, providing a feedback loop: Deeper relationships leading to happier staff which provides more opportunities to develop those connections with their residents.

Better Care and Resident Satisfaction
Along with the development of deeper relationships and job satisfaction comes better care provided to the residents in your community. In many communities, the relationship between caregivers and their residents is akin to that of a family member and because of this, staff are more likely to offer up better care. With a rotating staff assignment, both staff and residents find it harder to connect with each other as the care provided in senior housing is often intimate and personal. Additionally, a more routine staffing schedule allows caregivers to pick up on subtle resident behaviors that could indicate a problem.

Better care for residents has deep implications on overall resident satisfaction and, as we know, the more satisfied residents are with the care they receive, the more likely they are to recommend your community to family and friends.

In a 2015 study, it was found that “The stronger the sense of camaraderie independent living residents had with others in their community, the more positive they were about living in the community residents’ sense of camaraderie increased, so did their willingness to recommend the community to family and friends…”

So while consistent staff assignment may not be the complete solution for the problems we face in the senior living space, it is definitely worth giving thought to. From propagating relationship building to resident satisfaction and referral rate, consistent scheduling can lead long-term benefits for your community. 


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SLIF Recap Pt. 2: A  Supplier's Perspective

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The Senior Living Innovation Forum (SLIF) wrapped up a couple of weeks ago. It was an incredible 3 days out in Santa Barbara, California full of social gatherings, educational and informational sessions, and opportunities for collaboration across all fields in the senior living industry. This is part two of our SLIF recap (part one is here) and we’ll be talking a bit about how this conference was different from some of the others we’ve been to.

A Common Goal
With no booths, there wasn’t any incentive to talk to people other than to connect with them and to talk about how to better the senior living industry. Shared idea generation and innovative solutions to the problems that we all face were key points at the conference, as well as focusing in on the push from younger generations to help elevate the industry. We were excited to see an authentic interest from others in learning, collaborating, and in seeing how their organizations could help improve the lives of seniors and their caregivers.

Social Gatherings
In between the educational sessions and presentations was where a lot of the magic happened. There were plenty of opportunities between dinners, happy hours, and other social outings to meet new people from all different fields including tech, design, construction, and more. The laid back atmosphere of the whole conference contributed to great conversations and connections. 

Booth Traffic
It’s a common practice at other trade shows to see a lot of push from attendees to drive foot traffic to their booths. Often times, trinkets, coupons, and other small goodies will be offered to pull people in to chat about the attendee’s goods or services. SLIF was different in this way compared to some of the other conferences we’ve been to; there were no booths, no offerings, and a ton of opportunities to connect with other people.

We recommend going to as many conferences as you can, especially some of the bigger ones, even if it's just to see what's happening in the industry. While the others are great to go to, this one is a must. SLIF was our first time attending a conference like this as a supplier and although we were hesitant at first to make the financial commitment, we kept hearing from industry leaders and from members of our board about how much we would benefit from going; it was well worth the investment. We will definitely be in attendance next year and we urge you to look into meeting us there!

“It’s a conference I would highly recommend. I really appreciated the collaboration and wish that more conferences took on this ideal of community and shared innovation.”
-David Sawyer, CEO, TSOLife

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Our 8 Takeaways From SLIF 2019

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We just got back from the Senior Living Innovation Forum a few days ago and it was an invigorating experience, to say the least. From dinners and excursions to educational sessions and presentations, we were glad to experience so many different ideas on how we can push the senior living industry forward. This year was our first time at SLIF, so we've put together a few things we were able to take away from the conference. 

1. One of the presentations revealed that a lot of residents in our senior living communities said they felt invisible. This is huge because, as we know, mental health and inclusion both play a role in a resident's physical health and longevity. 

2. Less activities and more life enrichment. A lot of the activities we schedule are focused on keeping a resident busy and distracted in the moment while life enrichment is focused on bettering the resident’s future through meaningful engagement and opportunities. It’s important for us to provide projects and activities that add value, purpose, and meaning to our resident’s lives.

3. In a panel discussion, operators were asked if they would rather spend money on life enrichment for the residents or new paint and a majority of them raised their hands for life enrichment. The appearance of our communities are important, but the overall well-being of our seniors is more important and we're glad to see this shift. 

4. There was a lot of discussion around how to better personalize the experience of senior living for each resident. The term 'personalized-care' is definitely an industry buzz word, but we were excited so see these practices being implemented both at the community level and resident level. 

5. AI is going to have a major impact, from better health decline indicators to marketing and sales tools. It's an exciting forecast in the industry for new technological innovations.

6. The senior living industry is still trying to figure out the middle-market. 

7. The labor and retention problem is still top of mind and operators are still trying to figure how we can resolve it. 

8. Being a company comprised of younger individuals who completely missed out on the Run DMC era, we also learned that they were amazing pioneers who can still put on an awesome show. 

Overall, the Senior Living Innovation Forum was a huge success and we love being part of a community that's helping to elevate the senior living space. We'll see you next year! 



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Former REPS CEO, Lance Raab, and Solinity Founder, Joshua Crisp, join TSOLife Board of Directors

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TAMPA, FL (June 13, 2019) - TSOLife, INC (TSOLife), the legacy preservation company , has brought on two new board members since the start of 2019. Dedicated to capturing life stories and personalizing care, Lance Raab and Joshua Crisp join an already distinguished board of directors.

Lance Raab is currently an Investor-Operating Partner at Florida Funders and a Board Member at Tampa Bay Wave. Raab was previously founder and CEO of the notable REPS software program, an early, well-known CRM in the assisted living industry. Lance’s addition brings valuable insight into building a successful software tool for senior living operations. 

“I spent the majority of my career in the Senior Living Industry as a provider of the REPS software solutions before selling my company several years ago. It’s a wonderful industry. When I met David and Stella [TSOLife founders], I was impressed with their innovative solution and how it can make a difference in the lives of seniors and their families. More importantly, I was impressed with their passion for the industry. When they asked me to get involved with TSOLife, it was an easy decision.” Lance Raab, Investor-Operating Partner, Florida Funders

The TSOLife Board of Directors also welcomes Joshua Crisp, the president and founder of Solinity, a senior living owner and operator, focusing enterprise in development, management and marketing to offer affordable communities in the senior living space. Mr. Crisp is also the co-founder and co-host of the Bridge the Gap Senior Living Podcast, the most notable podcast in the industry, bringing both industry expertise and professional solutions to the changes the senior living industry is facing. 

“I was attracted to serve on the board of TSOLife because of the mission. It is an honor to work alongside a team of like-minded people who care about the legacy
and story preservation of residents and their stories. I appreciate the intentionality of TSOLife's desire to create a cross-functional, multi-disciplined board with senior living experts and technology experts combined which showed their long-term view of positioning the company as a technology leader in the space. I look forward to seeing the exciting growth and traction in the industry and anticipate years of success as a technology partner." Josh Crisp, Founder & CEO, Solinity

“We really appreciate the diverse experiences from the new board members, Lance being from the software solutions side and Josh bringing the owner/operator perspective. It's with these combined backgrounds from our new board members that they'll assist TSOLife with finding it's foothold in the senior living industry, while also helping to deliver true value to customers, communities and their residents,” says David Sawyer, founder and CEO of TSOLife.

About TSOLife
TSOLife partners with senior living communities across the nation to provide a tech-enabled legacy preservation solution to easily preserve the life stories of their residents. Having preserved over 5,000 lives and 60,000 stories to date with a 70% resident adoption rate, TSOLife has become the trusted legacy preservation provider for communities across the nation. Visit for more information or for any questions, contact Chelsie Rosatone.

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Our Key Takeaways from Argentum

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It’s been a week since we got back from the Argentum National Conference, so we’ve had some time to reflect back on our time there. This year was our first year going, but it definitely won't be out last, especially since next year’s conference is in our HQ city of Tampa! With such a massive turnout to these conferences, it’s easy to get swept away in all of the other booths and breakout sessions and presentations, but we were able to learn some things and hope that you had some great takeaways as well. In this weeks post, we’ll break down some of the more important aspects of the conference that we were able to take home with us.

Industry Reframe

As we’ve seen before, the senior living industry is facing a shift in more aspects than one, from personalized care to the way staff retention is viewed. One of the more notable shifts at the Argentum conference was the shared acknowledgment that the industry is moving more toward providing a community for seniors to flourish in rather than nursing home styled organizations. We’re seeing improved ammenities, better technologies, and personalized care taking the senior living space into a new era where elderly people can thrive and create a community of people to share their life experiences with.

 In It Together

In lots of other industries, competition is a very real threat that takes time and energy to combat. During the conference, however, we were ecstatic to see that, while yes there is healthy competition between different companies, everyone is more or less united in support of goals that would help propel the senior living industry forward. From offering more individualized care to improving living conditions, there really was an underlying feeling of support among conference attendees to improve the overall standard of living for our senior citizens.

Differing Technologies

Perhaps one of the more important things we observed at the Argentum conference was the need for technologies that are able to integrate with both new tech and existing tech. Streamlining senior care is vital in all aspects of the senior care industry whether you’re on the administrative side of things or have more of a caregiving role. Efficiency is important for cost reductions, better care, and for overall organization. Bringing new technologies into the senior living space is already important, but improving how these systems interface with each other will be a necessity as we push forward.

Connecting Outside the Booth

We’ve been to other conferences before, however, Argentum was the largest one we’ve had a booth at and while it was exhilarating, there was also more opportunity to get shuffled into the crowd. Having a physical booth is important to secure your space as an exhibitor, but we did notice that there were lots of other connections to be made outside of the booth. Our CEO, David Sawyer, was able to sit down with the Bridge the Gap podcast hosts to chat for a bit on legacy preservation and why it's important to implement into senior living communities.  Keynotes, educational sessions, networking events, and everything else that was going on provided lots of opportunities to connect with people.

Overall, our team had a great time connecting with other senior living entrepreneurs and professionals. We’re looking forward to pushing the industry forward and to next year’s conference here in Tampa. See you all then! 



Increasing Staff Retention in Senior Living Communities

Senior Living Staff Retention

Some of the goals of any assisted living community are to help residents achieve peace of mind, comfort, and general well-being. Although these intentions are pure, there are a few things that can get in the way of attaining them, one of which is a revolving door of staff members. Staff turnover rates are staggering among assisted living communities, with a national average of 42%. Additionally, the cost of replacing a single staff member can range from $4,000 to $5,000. While lower staff retention rates seem to plague the industry, there are a few different ways you can decrease your staff turnover.

Hiring the Right People
Hiring the right people usually goes without saying for any industry, although it’s become an increasingly important factor in regards to staff retention in senior living communities. Before thinking about how to keep on all new hires, consider bringing on staff members that align with your community, both in personality and in skill. Generally, staff members that have a desire to work in the senior living field, as well as industry experience, tend to lead to higher retention rates. Once hired, be sure to have a well-structured onboarding process and, role-specific training, and available management to field any questions or concerns.

Training and Career Paths
Employee success and satisfaction is one of the many facets at the heart of increasing retention. Senior living management can reduce high turnover by creating a workspace where staff members goals are taken into consideration while providing them with the means to attain them through upward growth in the community. Investing in training and professional development can help foster a caring culture that lets employees know they are a valuable part of the team.

Tech and Genuine Connections
While these two categories may not go together often (think social media and social isolation), there does seem to be a connection between improving technology in senior living communities and staff retention. A study conducted by OnShift indicates that improved technology in the hiring process improves staff stability, satisfaction, and labor cost management.

While this study is concerned with updated tech during the hiring process alone, here at TSOLife, we see the potential to reap these benefits across multiple facets of the assisted living industry. Our program aims to streamline the resident on-boarding process while also creating genuine relationships and personal connections between staff and residents. Team members that are more invested in the lives of their residents tend to stick around longer.

Competitive Wages and Benefits
The wage pressures are very apparent within the health care space: senior living, hospitals, skilled nursing, and home health care. While wages vary widely from community to community, the average caregiver in a senior living space makes $10-$15 per hour with little to no benefits. Higher wages, in addition to performance bonuses, benefits, and paid time off can have a notable impact on staff retention in senior living communities.

When increasing costs upfront, the benefits can be hard to see, however, improving the workspace for your staff will lead to  more permanent benefits. Securing long term employees means less turnover cost, deeper connections between staff and residents, and fostering a community where people want to live.


Improving Senior Mental Health

Senior mental health and depression

There are many physical changes in health that accompany aging, including mental health. While residents in assisted living communities may seem content, 15–20 percent of adults over the age of 65 have experienced depression at one point or another. The question arises: why are these residents experiencing a decline in mental health and is there anything we can do to stop it?

Why Are Residents Depressed?

Older people deal with a lot; from losing loved ones to potentially losing mobility, there are more than a few things that could get them down. Despite these hardships, depression and anxiety aren’t a natural part of the aging process. These mental illnesses can lead to higher medical costs due to the need for more care, more frequent doctor visits, and medication. Not only can mental illnesses cost more, but they can also worsen other conditions like heart disease and diabetes. It’s not always the case, but often, depressive episodes can be catalyzed by social isolation. Although there are other people living in these communities, making a lasting connection with someone there may not be the easiest thing to accomplish.

The relationship between depression and social isolation is cyclical; isolation can influence depression, and depression can lead to social isolation. This lonely feeling has many facets that could be contributing factors like friends or family that have passed away, a lack of mobility or transportation, or not feeling a sense of community in the assisted living space. How can we help these residents live better lives while also reducing medical costs?

Life Review Therapy

Life Review Therapy refers to the practice of looking back through one’s life to gain a sense of ownership and fulfillment. This kind of therapy is applicable to most adults, although it is best used in older adults 65 years or older. Studies have shown that talking about and reminiscing on positive memories can help to improve mood which can help add perspective to someone's life. Our program here at TSOLife emphasizes this correlation by prompting residents to recall and retell some of their fondest memories. Not only can these reflections boost mental health and positivity, but they can offer up opportunities for staff to make genuine connections with their residents. Better relationships can help alleviate depression and social isolation in seniors while also improving employee retention. 

Other Mood-Boosting Methods

In addition to Life Review Therapy, there are other steps you can help your residents take to improve their mood and mental health. Research shows that exercise, at least three 30-minute sessions per week, can greatly improve mood. These exercise sessions can be broken down into smaller segments, so exercise doesn't have to be continuous to reap the benefits. 

In addition to exercise, a nutritionally rich diet is important. Along with aging comes differing dietary requirements. Generally, aim to provide omega-3, fiber, and calcium rich foods. Drinking enough water may also be something that your residents forget to do, so ensure that there are plenty of places and opportunities for them to drink. 

Lastly, getting enough quality sleep plays a major role in cognition and mental health. Trying to help set a schedule for your residents is an important step to making sure they're getting a good nights sleep. It's also helpful to be aware of any sleeping disorders or issues, like restless leg syndrome, that may prevent REM sleep. 

The benefits of ensuring good mental health of your seniors are countless. From improving your residents lives to developing more meaningful relationships between your staff and seniors, make sure everyone's happy to make sure everyone's healthy. 


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TSOLife (The Story Of Life) focuses on preserving legacy and passing down life stories for future generations. We do this by helping senior living communities leverage technology to capture, preserve, and share the life stories of the residents in their care. 

Our vision is that one day, no grandchild will have to wonder who their grandparent was.

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Company Mission Hits Home for Co-Founder, Stella Parris


Stella Parris assists TSOLife customer, Abby Hamilton, scan and collect family photos. 

The mission of TSOLife is very near and dear to the hearts of our employees. For many, it's why we were initially attracted to the position. To our customers, it helps distinguish us from the competition and demonstrates our attention to detail. It’s what the company was founded on, and it’s what guides our strategy.

Read on to learn why the company's mission is special to TSOLife's Co-Founder and COO, Stella Parris. 

How did you first get involved with TSOLife?

I first got involved with TSOLife as a student in college when I joined a social entrepreneurship student group. My co-founder, David, joined the club around the same time having already founded the company. TSOLife quickly became a focus within the organization and a project I really believed in.

My first experiences with TSOLife were interviewing WWII veterans in a local retirement community about their life stories. It meant a lot to the person I was speaking with, but it also had a profound impact on me as a listener to be able to better understand a person through the context of their life experiences. From this point on, I was hooked. 

What attracted you to the mission of the company?

I have always enjoyed a great story. I like that the mission is about more than just preserving the stories but creating an environment where people can share them and learn from them. The idea of learning from others’ experiences really resonates with me.

How does your day-to-day contribute to the mission?

A lot of my job is ensuring our customers have a wonderful experience and taking their feedback to better our solutions. I love being on the front lines, seeing how clients enact their storytelling initiatives and identifying what opportunities we have to better fit their needs.

Regarding the impact TSOLife has on its customers, how does this inspire you?

I’m able to start every day by checking to see what new stories came in the day before. It is so rewarding to see our partners truly embody the vision we reach for and make legacy preservation part of their day to day interactions.

The positive reactions we get from the family of someone who has preserved their story with TSOLife is so inspiring, as it really gives a glimpse to the long-term and how much these stories will mean to future generations. It’s really inspiring to see the power we have to bring people together. 

Why do you think it’s important that a company’s vision resonates with employees?

Our vision is our guiding star in all that we do. We are reminded of our vision every day – in our professional lives when we sign on a new client, publish new stories, or discuss long-term strategy, and in our personal lives when we call our parents, tuck our kids into bed, or celebrate a milestone.

We are reminded of our vision every day – in our professional lives when we sign on a new client, publish new stories, or discuss long-term strategy, and in our personal lives when we call our parents, tuck our kids into bed, or celebrate a milestone.

It is key that our employees believe in what we are working toward and a demonstrated passion for the vision is our first check box in recruiting and hiring. We want to work with people who truly care. It’s a core tenant of our company culture.

For our clients, any increase we see in engagement moves us one step closer to that vision. Every new client we work with is one more person whose memories, accomplishments, and contributions are preserved for others to learn from.

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TSOLife (The Story Of Life) focuses on preserving legacy and passing down life stories for future generations. We do this by helping senior living communities leverage technology to capture, preserve, and share the life stories of the residents in their care. 

Our vision is that one day, no grandchild will have to wonder who their grandparent was.

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TSOLife Welcomes Kim Bishop!

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Kim Bishop has joined the TSOLife team to act as the all-encompassing Administrative Manager. As a startup, we all wear many hats, but it’s safe to say that Kim’s hat collection is the most versatile, from IT support to our on-location resident interviewer.

Kim grew up bouncing around a handful of different cities in California. She then lived in D.C. for nine years before calling St. Petersburg home.

When asked what her favorite part of her job is, she says, “Being able to listen to the stories of our clients and polishing them into the best possible presentable format. I love video and audio editing, and the stories we get are the most beautiful subjects I could ask for.”

Her out of work hours are filled with passion products: she produces a podcast, creates cosplay costumes, 3D prints, is an avid video gamer, and spends time with her fiancé and five pets (that’s two cats, two dogs, and a tortoise).

Cherished memories and stories are very dear to the hearts of the TSOLife team members. Here is Kim’s favorite story from childhood:

When I was about four or five, my best friend was my first dog, Lady, a German Shepherd. I decided I would decorate the inside of her dog house with flowers and Scotch tape. I was heartbroken when she didn’t seem to care or notice, and my mom had to explain to me that she was, indeed, a dog with no interest in such things.

Kim, we take notice of all your hard work and are grateful to have you on the team!


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TSOLife (The Story Of Life) focuses on preserving legacy and passing down life stories for future generations. We help senior living communities leverage technology to capture, preserve, and share the life stories of the residents in their care.

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Introducing the TSOLife Legacy Preservation Program

This month, we introduced the TSOLife Legacy Preservation Program, a first-of-its kind technology program that makes capturing and preserving life stories simple for users who don’t want to write the stories out themselves. Designed with senior living organizations in mind, the program lets the staff record their seniors telling life stories and preserves them on our family-facing Engagement Platform. By empowering the community to capture these stories, the seniors feel celebrated and families are given a precious keepsake that they'll cherish for generations.

Request a demo here to see for yourself how simple the tool is.

Our Story

The senior living industry seemed like an instinctive fit for TSOLife from the company’s very beginning. Senior living communities, in-home care providers, and hospices are full of individuals with incredibly rich life stories, many of which have never been shared, let alone documented. And too often these stories are lost before they’re ever recorded.

But it wasn’t until our newest team member came on board – someone who had grown up and worked with assisted living communities – that we were able to find the perfect product-market fit. He was explaining to us a specific relationship he had built with one of the seniors, Dave, a Navy Seal veteran, who would share the same war stories repeatedly. One day, Dave’s family visited, and the granddaughter had no idea that her grandfather had even served in the military!

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These situations were not uncommon. The staff heard these incredible stories in everyday interactions, but there was no simple way to document and share these narratives with the families who rarely had the chance to sit down and ask these type of questions.

The TSOLife is the bridge between the caregivers hearing the stories and a grandchild being able to listen to them.

So, with this technology, we developed the TSOLife Legacy Preservation Program, providing these communities the tools and technology to be able to capture and record their life stories.

Senior Living is Changing

The senior living industry is growing at over 4.7% annually, and with a vast range of options for senior care, the need to differentiate from the competition is crucial to attract families. And wellness programs are one of the key differentiators assisted living communities are utilizing to attract prospects, elevate current resident satisfaction, and engage families. And daily bingo won’t do the job; outdated approaches no longer work with today’s families.

According to J.D. Power’s analysis of senior living communities, "Communities that provide exceptional service are rewarded by their customers becoming brand ambassadors, positively speaking about their experience with an average of seven individuals. For those that fail to meet expectations, customers turn into brand assassins, speaking negatively about the brand to an average of 13 friends, relatives and colleagues.” And referrals are key when gaining prospects.

The TSOLife Solution

The Legacy Preservation Program is a key component to a company’s comprehensive wellness program - a perfect solution for senior living organizations looking to champion patient-first, holistic care in ways that families have come to expect. Best practice communities start with the mission and develop their wellness culture from that core foundation. At the same time, communities become more attractive to potential investors who see a forward-thinking organization. The TSOLife Legacy Preservation Program meets both mission and operational objectives.

What You Can Do with TSOLife

The Legacy Preservation Program begins with training material for the staff, so they will be able to conduct the interviews with ease and confidence, navigating those crucial conversations.

To capture the stories, users use the TSOLife mobile application. There’s two main features within the app, the first is an audio recording tool used to interview the resident. The staff member just selects the resident she’s interviewing, and has a conversation about the resident’s life, asking open-ended questions like, “What was it like growing up in Tampa or tell me the story how your husband proposed.”

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The second feature is called Magic Moments. This was designed with Memory Care Facilities in mind - residents who are not easily capable of recalling past life events. When a resident has a moment of clarity and remembers a memory from her youth, the staff member can pull up the app and capture the moment instantly

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Now going back to our friend Dave, imagine his caregivers having that conversation about his favorite memories, but being able to record it with the TSOLife app. Just hit send, and that audio is transcribed and organized into individual stories and preserved on our TSOLife Engagement Platform. We notify Dave’s family, saying “Hey, take a look at Dave’s life stories, look at this amazing activity that X Community did with Dave.” And the family simply clicks on the link and is taken to Dave’s personal TSOLife account. His grand kids can read his stories and listen to their grandfather’s own words recount his heroic stories as a Navy Seal.

For the Magic Moments, we combine all the videos taken of the residents into a seamless video and send it to the families once a month.

And for residents like Dave, his incredible life stories are captured and preserved for his family to enjoy today and cherish for years to come. There will be grandchildren and great grandchildren that will have the opportunity to hear the life story of their late family member, all because of the work TSOLife and Dave’s community are doing.

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We’ve already seen the effect TSOLife has on families, and now, when used properly, it can provide a relatively inexpensive way to attract prospects, keep families engaged, and foster meaningful relationships for senior living organizations. Pairing this program with a community that already offers extraordinary care and amenities, and your community can significantly elevate themselves above the competition.

To see how it works in action, schedule a free web demo today! Learn more about the TSOLife Legacy Preservation Program here.