Wellzesta Single Sign On (SSO) enables user integrations

Posted by John M. Robinson MD, PhD on February 15, 2024

At Wellzesta, we receive many requests for integrations. The term "integration" means different things to different people. Often, what a client seeks is an integrated experience for their residents. Specifically, the end user's movement between Wellzesta Life and the integrated software should be frictionless.

Read More

Topics: Senior Living Wellbeing Resident Engagement Engineering IT integrations


Wellzesta Life for Aging in Place

Posted by John M. Robinson MD, PhD on January 9, 2024

 

Feature Toggles allow Wellzesta Life to serve the aging-in-place market.

Read More

Topics: Engineering IT HCBS member engagement platform welltech CCaH Life Plan at Home aging in place feature toggles


How Wellzesta Actions deliver AI

Posted by John M. Robinson MD, PhD on January 3, 2024

 

This is the first article in a series on how Wellzesta incorporates artificial intelligence (AI) in our products and services.

Read More

Topics: artificial intelligence Engineering IT



Aging Gracefully: The 7 Elements of Active Aging

Posted by Bria Patterson on October 7, 2023

The first week of October is Active Aging Week. More than just a date on the calendar, Active Aging Week is a spirited campaign that highlights the remarkable abilities of seniors, their valuable contributions to society, and the inspiring role models who lead the way. 

Read More

Topics: Financial Wellness Resident Engagement intellectual wellness senior wellness health & wellness aging exercise Vocational wellness Spiritual wellness healthy aging Active Aging Chronic Diseases Companionship




Embracing Lifelong Learning: The Benefits of Taking Up New Challenges

Posted by Bria Patterson on September 1, 2023

It’s back to school season, and while children and young adults prepare to dive into new lessons, seniors too find themselves in the perfect season for embarking on a journey of lifelong learning.

Read More

Topics: Resident Engagement senior wellness health & wellness brain health mindfulness brain function healthy aging Alzheimer's Dementia lifelong learning myelin


Journey Within: Exploring the World from Home

Posted by Bria Patterson on August 21, 2023

The summer is filled with the desire to explore new landscapes, savor exotic cuisines, and immerse us in diverse cultures. A study by the Association for Psychological Science indicates, learning a new skill and trying new activities improves cognitive function for older adults. Traveling is a great way to learn something new. And if you are unable to physically travel, there are innovative ways to explore the world from the comfort of your own home. So, fasten your virtual seatbelts and learn how to create a unique expedition. 

Read More

Topics: Resident Engagement Digital senior wellness health & wellness journaling elevate development engagement social media females who code stress mental health Summer create creative travel online reading


How to Keep your Plants Safe During Hurricane Season

Posted by Bria Patterson on August 12, 2023

Summer may be coming to an end, but hurricane season isn’t. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), peak hurricane season is between mid-August and mid-October. During this time, homeowners and gardening enthusiasts face a heavy challenge. Hurricanes bring fierce winds and torrential rains that can wreak havoc on even the most well-tended landscapes. Here are some essential strategies and precautions that can help homeowners protect their plants.  

Read More

Topics: Resident Engagement Environmental Wellness articles senior wellness health & wellness strategy climate Gardening hurricane season storms plants