Legacy StoryKeeper Program

Every person deserves to be remembered.

1. Legacy Stories gives a workshop on the benefits of legacy and preserving family stories to Senior Care Residents

          We recommend a family member attend in-person or via zoom


2. Residents sign up for a StoryKeeper service:

          Pict-Oral Memoir          Story Preservation          Legacy Letters


3.Trained Legacy Planner interviews Resident and records their stories over a four-week schedule


4.Legacy Planner produces final product and reviews with the Resident


5.The family receives a treasured inheritance of their loved one’s stories


          Senior Care community receives a 10% referral fee on Storykeeper services

Pict-Oral Memoir

You can have an invaluable digital slideshow preserving the voice of your loved one in a Pict-Oral Memoir. 

A Certified Legacy Planner conducts a series of interviews to record their life stories about cherished photos or heirlooms.  The interview sessions last for three or four weeks.  The Memoir is reviewed and approved by the client.  The result is a video memoir of audio recordings and 5-10 photos of family history, lessons learned, and personal wisdom.   

The sessions improve the psychological well-being of individuals. 

Your Pict-Oral Memoir becomes a priceless treasure shared with the family and younger generations.   

Premium Options:

Video life story

Printed book (paperback or hard)

Framed Memories Poster

Full Biography Memoir

Remote Interviews
In Person Interviews

Story Preservation

You hold a precious gift that no amount of money can buy – your memories of the special people and events that have shaped the course of your life and made you the unique person you are today!

Getting started is no big deal – You may talk by phone or by Zoom while we are socially distanced.  Your memories will be saved into a spiral-bound booklet that you and your loved ones will treasure.

You get a one hour StoryTeller session with a Certified Legacy Planner, the transcribed story, and a Memory Book with your 1 – 5 selected photos.   Includes your voice recording on a thumb drive.  We will provide guidance on which photos to pick.   

Remote Interviews
In Person Interviews

Legacy Letters

Letters from the heart to share wisdom and blessing to a specific family member or friend.

A Certified Legacy Planner conducts interviews to help a client create and edit three legacy letters.  The results are written documents on archive quality paper.   The interview sessions occur over a four-week schedule.

These often become the most valued inheritance.

Remote Interviews
In Person Interviews

Premium Options:

Video Legacy Letters

Ethical Will   


Legacy Stories affiliates earn a 10% referral fee!

Questions? Contact Us



Benefits of Reminiscing

1. Preserves Family History

Seniors who recount past experiences can pass on valuable memories for future generations.  Plus, reminiscing about days gone by can bring families closer together.

2. Helps Improve Quality of Life

Seniors who reminisce may show improved outlooks on life. After remembering happy memories, seniors are often brighter and smile more.

3. Reduces Symptoms of Depression

Reminiscence therapy is often used for patients with dementia and depression.

4. Promotes Physical Health

In a study involving 144 elders, it was found during activities involving reminiscing, seniors reported an improvement in mood, lower blood pressure, and cognition.

8. Strengthens Family Relations

Conversations go from shallow to emotional and more connected.

5. Reduces Stress

Legacy Letters improve relationships and provide a sense of value.  Helps resolve issues from the past and reduces stress.

6. Eliminates Boredom

Memories can provide laughter and entertainment for seniors, their family members, and caregivers.

Laughter is the best medicine!

7. Improves Communication Skills

Research shows as seniors remember the past, new pathways form in the brain that help with communication.

Based on:  https://www.caringseniorservice.com/blog/9-reasons-why-reminiscing-can-benefit-seniors


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