Hebrew SeniorLife’s Vitality 360 Program Featured in the New York Times
The New York Times recently featured Schneider Associates’ client Hebrew SeniorLife in the article “Fitness Regimens, Well Beyond Shuffleboard,” which discussed the new ways seniors are staying fit in their golden years.
The article discussed Hebrew SeniorLife’s Vitality 360 program, which uses computerized assessment tools to evaluate the health and wellness of residents, and then provides intensive personal coaching, goal-setting and follow-up. The health information gathered from residents goes into a national database, which is used to help seniors set short- and long-term goals and measure their results regularly.
Read the full article here.