Off to Ireland! - Although our APP, LifeTimesTalk has been sold around the world, today I shipped our first boxed game to Ireland. This is especially meaningful to us because Ireland is well ahead of the game in the field of Reminiscence work. This […]
Canadian Association on Gerontology 2014 Annual Conference - CAG 2014 Conference: Landscapes on Aging LifeTimes Talk was showcased at the CAG conference in Niagara Falls this past weekend. Sheridan College (SCER) did a poster presentation on the use of our APP with Gerontology students, and The LifeTimes Sisters […]
Rogers Daytime Toronto Show - Thank you to Rogers Daytime Toronto Show for the opportunity to showcase LifeTimes to their viewing audience across the GTA. We enjoyed our interview with Val Cole and appreciated her interest in our work. You can watch the show on […]
LifeTimes TALK! App Lauch - A big shout out to our partners at Sheridan Centre For Elder Research for hosting our official APP launch this week at Sheridan College. The event was well attended with representatives from Acclaim Health, Alzheimer Society, Gerontology professors and a […]
LifeTimes Sisters At the Ontario Gerontology Association Conference - This past week, the LifeTimes Sisters took their show on the road and set up at the annual Ontario Gerontology Association Conference in Toronto. We were able to showcase and demonstrate our new APP, LifeTimes TALK, as well as our […]
LifeTimes Talk! Downloads - We are thrilled that LifeTimes Talk has been downloaded over 500 times since being released in early January. Interest has come from across the world with most downloads being from Canada, the USA and the UK. Every morning reveals a […]
LifeTimes The Game of Reminiscence: Sisters invent dementia communication game - Thanks to guest bloggers, Carol and Mary Jane McPhee, who put their heads together to help communicate with their aging mom. So successful were their efforts, that they formalized the endeavour with a conversation game. Hereʼs their story. During the […]
No Trivial Pursuit: game helps elderly take stroll down memory lane - By Susan Pigg Reporter Toronto Star There are no right or wrong answers in LifeTimes: The Game of Reminiscence. There are no losers, only winners, as sisters Mary Jane and Carol McPhee have discovered since creating the novel game to […]
Alive Inside Rough Cut Screening - We really enjoyed the screening premiere of “Alive Inside”. This documentary profiling the inception and realization of “Music and Memory – The iPod Project” was inspiring and entertaining. How wonderful to witness the impact music has on people with dementia. […]