We are excited to announce that The Claiborne at Hattiesburg is now offering HeartLegacy, a new amenity that provides residents a unique way to connect with their families! HeartLegacy’s technology allows residents to capture daily video messages or longer, professionally edited Legacy Messages that can be shared through an exclusive Family Network.
Engaging residents with family is essential to their health and happiness. Through daily communication and sharing special memories, this amenity benefits both residents and their families. They stay close and connected despite the time and distance that keeps them apart.
HeartLegacy is the leader in legacy preservation for the senior care industry. Their one-of-a-kind, proprietary technology gives residents the ability to communicate with their families using 2 types of video messages, and an exclusive online family network:
- Legacy Messages™ are 10-minutes long, professionally edited and give residents the opportunity to share their wisdom and capture their legacy.
- Videograms allow for daily interactions with loved ones, provide everyday connection and peace of mind to families.
“We are honored to be part of a community that cares so much for their seniors! The Claiborne at Hattiesburg and HeartLegacy share many of the same values around enriching the lives of seniors,” says Walt Armentrout, CEO of HeartLegacy.
The video below is a short introduction of HeartLegacy in The Claiborne at Hattiesburg.
“We could not be more excited to partner with HeartLegacy. Their amenity and service fits perfectly with what we work daily to enhance; experience, family interaction and socialization,” says Jeremy Cole, CEO of The Blake Management Group, which owns and operates The Claiborne and The Blake Senior Living Communities. “I predict the Videograms will be the preferred way to stay in touch with mom and dad in the near future. For us, because of HeartLegacy, it is today.”
HeartLegacy, LLC is a privately held company located in Daphne, AL, providing services and technology to capture stories and preserve legacies for families. For more information, visit www.heartlegacy.com.