The Pavilion at Westcott Lakes to Captures Life Bios



(Tallahassee, FL) – Everyone has a story to tell, and The Pavilion at Westcott Lakes is ready to capture those amazing life stories. On March 11 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., LifeBio CEO Beth Sanders of Cleveland, Ohio will be leading an exciting workshop for the members of Westcott Lakes and their guests.

Westcott Lakes, a Life Fulfilling Community® of older adults, and LifeBio.com, a company that specializes in the recording of autobiographies, is collaborating to assist current and prospective community members record their life’s adventures and capture their stories and memories. Westcott Lakes has earned the designation as a LifeBio Certified Community by completing training in LifeBio’s methods.

“Westcott Lakes recognizes the importance of legacy and connectedness to family, friends and community and will be providing all interested members with story templates, web access, reminiscence classes, and other tools to help them share what matters most with those they love. The focus of upcoming programs will be on recording autobiographies-while building richer relationships along the way,” said Beth Sanders, founder and CEO of LifeBio.

“It’s such a gift for families to know that their parents’ or grandparents’ life lessons, values, traditions, and beliefs have been captured,” said Chris Mulrooney, CEO of Westcott Lakes. “With LifeBio, we are not only providing our members with the opportunity to reminisce, we are learning more about the amazing people who will call this community ‘home’. With our ongoing focus on the Six Keys to Living Well®, we also realize that reminiscence contributes to personal well being, lowers depression, and provides new connections.”

Those attending will receive complementary materials to begin capturing the wisdom and experiences of their life’s journey so far. For more information, contact Renee Prasek at (850) 701-2947.

About LifeBio:

LifeBio, Inc. (www.lifebio.com) is the nation’s leading legacy company, helping people preserve relationships to last for generations. Founded in 2000 by Beth Sanders, LifeBio allows people of all ages to have a private place to share their life stories, upload pictures, and create their own memory books. Memory Journals are also available.



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