10 Jun InTouchLink announces a new preferred provider partnership with Diabetes Connect

InTouchLink is pleased to announce a new prefered provider partnership with Diabetes Connect.

InTouchLink will have all Diabetes Connect protocols and instructional videos available for all educational clients.

Diabetes in long term care has grown to epic proportions. Diabetes Connect was developed to address the diabetes challenge with an innovative, quality based procedure.


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25 Jan Dad’s New iPad

A daughter is visiting her father and is helping in the kitchen.

She asks: “Tell me dad, how are you managing with the new iPad we gave you for Christmas?”

This clip is spoken in German but it’s totally understandable in any language.

If only he had InTouchLink, the easy-to-use software for seniors.

InTouchLink can be an ideal resource for seniors looking to use current technology to bring the world to them.

Sign up for a free trial today and experience firsthand the benefits of being “In Touch”!



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Join us for a Free Webinar:

Live, online and from your desktop!

Technology has changed our world, and if senior living communities want to achieve or maintain high occupancy and profitability, taking advantage of current technologies is a must.

On Wednesday, December 12 at 2pm EST, InTouchLink’s Jonathan Seliger will be conducting a webinar hosted by Jonathan will share thoughts on how you can:

– Harness new technology to bring more residents into your communities
– Increase family involvement
– Generate operational efficiencies.

Whatever spectrum of care your community provides, this webinar is a must-attend and you will come away with practical, workable suggestions.

To register, complete your information below. If you have any questions, email or

Title: How to use innovations in technology to boost occupancy
Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

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07 Dec Resident’s At the Waverley Mansion in London Ontario, staying young and having fun!

This charming video is proving that it doesn’t matter what age you are; you can always have fun. A group of seniors at the Waverley Mansion, a retirement home in London, Ontario came together and created this video and it is fast becoming a hit on YouTube. With their own version of the popular Carly Rae Jepsen song “Call Me Maybe” that has them making fans on YouTube. This video has received over 740,000 hits in less than 4 weeks.


08 May Looking for that perfect gift for mom on Mother’s Day? Well look no further, InTouchLink has what every mom needs this Mother’s


Undeniably, our Mothers are some of the most important people in our lives and our relationship often grows stronger as we age. InTouchLink is an exciting, web-based product geared specifically towards seniors who have little to no experience with computers and the internet. For first time users, the internet and its many features and options can be overwhelming. InTouchLink removes the intimidation factor and makes using computers easy, fun and safe.

Large icons can help your mom read, write, and send emails, even attaching pictures or documents. The customizable, printable calendar lets mom create appointments; remember birthdays and upcoming events with ease. This calendar can also be updated by other users who may want to remind mom about upcoming doctor’s appointments or important events like graduations and weddings.  Browsing the web is made easy by a menu that will direct mom to sites that fall under the categories “News”, “Medical”, and “Weather” and so on. While users aren’t limited to specific sites, the categorization serves as a great way to find a starting point and being browsing.

InTouchLink helps seniors stay engaged and families stay in touch.

If you would like to take a look, you can sign up for a free trial at:



26 Apr Video Games Promote Healthier Aging

The elderly often forsake their lifelong activities in exchange for the safety, security, and care of institutional living. Videogame technology is proving to be a valuable tool for helping people of all ages improve lifestyle and health habits and manage disease.

According to two articles in Games for Health Journal, a new bimonthly peer-reviewed publication from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.

Sign up today for a free InTouchLink trial to find out how easy it is for the seniors in your life to start playing games and finally enjoying technology. Simple click here to start your free trial.