To most of us, the holidays are a time to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends. Unfortunately, many of our residents in retirement homes or assisted living facilities can’t do this, due to health reasons, difficulty travelling, or not having family around. Here are some ways we can help our residents enjoy […]
For Immediate Release May 29, 2018 Media Contact Info Ceren Efeinfo@intouchlink.netPhone: 1877-784-6868 x735Fax: 1877-784-6868 – Toronto – InTouchLink is pleased to announce the launch of its newest division to provide an innovative pharmacy portal and pharmacy-community data bridge to long term care pharmacies in the USA and Canada. The new division will be branded as […]
There are a few digital signage companies in the retirement industry. So what makes InTouchLink any different? Well, for starters, we are not just a digital signage company. We are also a learning centre, a resident and family member access portal, a service request manager, a calendar and menu creator, and on top of it […]
The 2016 Rio Olympics are coming to an end! Keep your community in the know for the final games and Closing Ceremony with a Twitter Feed from the Official Rio Olympics account. Follow these simple steps: Log in to your InTouchLink account at www.intouchlink.com From the homepage, click on the Admin button on the left […]
Science is now seeing the value in exercises like tai chi, for the elderly in particular. Study after study finds it may improve health conditions ranging from fibromyalgia to Parkinson's disease to Alzheimer's.
On April 2 & 3, make your first stop Booth # 825 at the OLTCA/ORCA Togeher We Care Show.
Medical Pharmacies and InTouchLink announce formation of an exclusive Ontario partnership.
InTouchLink, the leading provider of easy-to-use technology for seniors housing communities has won a new product & technology award in recognition of its cutting edge system now available to retirement homes, assisted living facilities and nursing homes.
At 94 years old, Isabella Dryden is adapting to the times. She began her teaching career decades ago in a one-room schoolhouse, and now teaches seniors about computers and living online.
Dryden is an instructor at Creative Retirement Manitoba, a community centre for senior citizens, teaching computer skills to older adults.
Canadian home care service provider We Care Home Health Services recently conducted a study to ascertain how prepared Canadians are financially and emotionally in caring for their elderly loved ones in the face of the increasingly aging population. With numbers estimated to grow twofold within the next 23 years, elder health care will be a considerable concern for the younger familial caregivers.