Health Facilities Association of Maryland Service Corporation (HFAMSC) Names Linked Senior as a Preferred Provider

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Health Facilities Association of Maryland Service Corporation (HFAMSC) Names Linked Senior as a Preferred Provider

Posted on September 20, 2013

Washington, D.C. (September 17, 2013) — Charles de Vilmorin, CEO of Linked Senior, and Veronica Damesyn-Sharpe, Executive Director of HFAMSC, a subsidiary of the Health Facilities Association of Maryland (HFAM) announced a new partnership between their organizations to work together to provide technology to enhance the quality of life for residents of Maryland nursing and assisted living facilities. The agreement will allow HFAM member facilities to purchase Linked Senior programming, specifically designed for seniors, at a reduced rate.


Damesyn-Sharpe said, “We are very excited to work with Linked Senior to offer HFAM members a wonderful tool and resource to enhance resident programming.”


According to De Vilmorin, “Being chosen as a preferred provider by HFAM Service Corporation is a further validation of the association’s commitment to quality and person-centered care. It is an honor for us and we look forward to strengthening our relationships with existing partners and meeting new members in the state of Maryland.”


Linked Senior provides a resident engagement solution to help senior care leaders improve the quality of life of their residents. By using technology to support programming, therapy & wellness the service opens communities to the world while helping management improve resident & family satisfaction, productivity and efficiencies. The system includes a touch screen and content tailored for seniors. Some of the features included are games, puzzles, custom slideshows for reminiscence, brain fitness, and educational content.


HFAM represents most of the state’s 233 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers. It is the oldest and largest long-term care association in Maryland. Skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers can be found in every community across Maryland and HFAM member organizations employ nearly 19,000 people in Maryland. For more information, visit
Headquartered in Washington D.C., Linked Senior is one of the leading providers of entertainment & technology solutions for retirement communities. More information can be found at


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Linked Senior                                                               HFAM Service Corporation

Terry Gross                                                                  Veronica Sharpe

(888) 577-1889, Ext. 729                                           (410) 798-4925