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Posted by: | Posted on: April 23, 2015

Preparing for a Road Trip to Illinois!

Lyon Software is packing up for another road trip! Next week we will be traveling to the LeadingAge Illinois Annual Meeting and Exhibition and we hope to see you there! Join us to hear about all of the innovative care techniques and changes in service delivery that are meeting the ever changing needs of older adults. Be sure to find our booth in the Exhibit Hall to meet team members Trina Hackensmith and Brittany Younts and pick up your Lyon Software goodies!

For more information about the LeadingAge Illinois Annual Meeting and Exhibition click here!

Posted by: | Posted on: August 6, 2014

LeadingAge Florida Presents: Seeing Into the Future

Seeing into the future. Come see Lyon Software’s very own Vice President, Trina Hackensmith, as she presents “The Importance of Social Accountability” with S. Louise Rankin of ABHOW and Nikki Rineer of Holleran Consulting. Join them at the LeadingAge Seeing Into the Future Conference in Jacksonville, Florida and learn the what, why and how of social accountability.

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Posted by: | Posted on: August 27, 2013

The Marvin: How Intergenerational Programming Enriches Lives of Young and Old

What do you get when you mix senior housing and a childcare center?

Twenty years ago, an ambitious plan to offer services to both children and older adults “under one roof” helped win architect Bruce R. Becker a shot at redeveloping the then-abandoned Marvin School in Norwalk, CT.

Today, the daily presence of 40 preschoolers and 52 older adults in that same building is enriching the lives of both generations….

Originally posted at LeadingAge.org. To read the rest of this great article, go to LeadingAge.org

Posted by: | Posted on: May 2, 2012

Older Americans Month 2012: Never Too Old To Play!

May is Older Americans Month, a perfect opportunity to show our appreciation for the older adults in our communities. Since 1963, communities across the nation have come together to celebrate Older Americans Month—a proud tradition that shows our nation’s commitment to recognizing the contributions and achievements of older Americans.

For more information, activity toolkit and ideas, visit Administration on Aging – www.aoa.gov