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Health Facilities Association of Maryland Service Corporation (HFAMSC) Names Linked Senior as a Preferred Provider

Washington, D.C. (September 17, 2013) — Charles de Vilmorin, CEO of Linked Senior, and Veronica Damesyn-Sharpe, Executive Director of HFAMSC, a subsidiary of the Health Facilities Association of Maryland (HFAM) announced a new partnership between their organizations to work together...

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Health Care Association of New Jersey (HCANJ) Endorses Linked Senior

Linked Senior and HCANJ are happy to announce a new relationship. Both companies are committed to enhancing the quality of life for older adults. Washington, DC, May 14, 2013–Linked Senior, Inc. and the Health Care Association of New Jersey are...

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Linked Senior CEO on how to achieve perfect programming experiences

To achieve a higher quality of life and longer periods of stay, retirement communities should consider a robust and fully comprehensive programming strategy. To address the needs of residents, they should aim at creating avenues of engagement opportunities for anyone at any time....

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Linked Senior Becomes Preferred Business Partner of the ICAA

Linked Senior is proud to announce that it is now a Preferred Business Partner of the International Council of Active Aging (ICAA). Charles de Vilmorin, Linked Senior CEO says: “It’s an honor to work with a recognized organization whose mission...

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Linked Senior Receives LTC & Senior Living LINK Elite Supplier Award

Washington DC, January 31, 2013 - Linked Senior is proud to announce that it has earned an ‘Elite Supplier’ distinction for the 9th Annual LTC & Senior Living LINK Conference. This award is given to the suppliers that participated in LINK 2012 and...

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Linked Senior CEO on how Activities positively impact the bottom line

A comprehensive wellness program that includes the proper balance of physical exercise and brain fitness also pays dividends to facilities in the form of healthier residents who live and stay longer, says Charles de Vilmorin, CEO of Linked Senior. “Long-term...

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Linked Senior CEO on how to help families tackle guilt through effective programming & experience

How many times have families promised to an elder, “I will never put you in a nursing home?” All families want to keep their loved ones safe, comfortable, healthy and happy. As a person becomes dependent, comes a time when...

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Linked Senior CEO on Resident experience enhancement through wellness and activity programming

The senior housing industry touts to prospective residents that they will thrive within their walls, no matter where they are on their physical or cognitive journey.This is not always the case, as the three plagues of retirement communities, loneliness, helplessness, and...

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Memory and brain health expert Dr. Robert Winningham joins Linked Senior Board of Advisors

Washington DC, May 1st 2012: Linked Senior Inc., a next generation technology provider helping senior care leaders improve the quality of life of their residents, announced today the addition of Dr. Rob Winningham to its Board of Advisors.  Dr.  Winningham...

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Linked Senior CEO on The benefits of having company-wide programming

In the senior housing industry, performance is usually measured by occupancy and customer satisfaction.  Both go hand in hand and boil down to the experience felt by the customer, the resident and their families. When operating multiple sites, the most...

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