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#CO-CARING AND VYTALITY HEALTH

http://vytality.co/ Originally published 2020-03-18

Vytality Health is a passionate community of helpers, "co-caring" during difficult health and life situations like COVID-19. Mutual health support and vitality helps accelerate healing. Here's why it matters:

Everyone needs someone to have their back.

I learned how hard it was to get good support after a major cycling accident, despite my area's incredible number of research...

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Co-Care to Prosper is Vytality Health’s program for creating robust, dynamic business partnerships to build a better world. 2021 program launches in May. Head to the Co-Caring web site to learn more and enroll. https://co-caring.org/

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Four Things You Can Do: Verify, Monitor, Prepare and Respond

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, January 30, 2020 — In Silicon Valley, companies are responding to the coronavirus. Facebook and LG have terminated all corporate travel to China and Apple has begun closing retail stores. But Silicon Valley startup Vytality Health is helping the public respond with their...

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On October 9, 2019, Minda Aguhob's spoke to the United Nations about Vytality Health's "co-caring" platform during the General Assembly and the International Day of Older Persons . Video

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Ever wonder who will really be there for you in your time of need? Read this Medium article to learn about co-caring and Vytality's social app for this positive, healing force.

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We told you so (four years ago)! "Data show that elderly Americans are using more tech, in their lives and in health care." Read about it here.

“As I mentioned above, my mother was an avid user of her iPad, and several years ago starting calling my kids...

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“Gratitude, post-cycling accident.

I will not be permanently disabled!

Even with my current memory and balance issues. I was deeply scared, depressed and afraid during my first 2 weeks after the accident. But…two doctors, my orthopedist (spine) and alternative med doc, had positive things to say this week. And thanks to my friends and family who visited me in the hospital and at home, even with my Keppra-induced bizarre behavior. You are saints.

I keep getting asked ‘WHAT HAPPENED?’ So this is for my friends...

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