Active adult communities thrive because of their members’ activity groups and social clubs. When selecting an active adult community, it’s important to keep in mind what type of activities you like to participate in and search out the communities that offer those services.
LifestyleLink aims to give residents control of their community groups and events with limited oversite needed by community administrators. In today’s tutorial, we will take a look at the LifestyleLink group and event approval process. Our goal is to help you understand the steps it takes to get your group or event up and running in no time.
Special interest groups and clubs are a vital part of active adult communities.LifestyleLink allows active adult group leaders to perform most group-related administrative tasks, taking the burden off busy office staff. Learn how to manage all aspects of your group through the LifestyleLink Dashboard.
See All Your Groups Together on One Screen
Click on My Groups in your Lifestyle menu to see a list of all your groups and clubs. The groups you manage are labelled “You are the group manager” in the lower right corner. Click the group name to get to the group homepage.
Active adult communities thrive because of their members’ activity groups and social clubs. LifestyleLink makes it easy to create an online source for all your group’s resources. It all starts with creating a group or club on your LifestyleLink residents’ portal.
Social groups put the “active” in active adult communities. They give residents a way to connect with their neighbors and their community as a whole. But scheduling, moderating, and engaging community members can be a full-time job. LifestyleLink gives staff and volunteer group leaders tools to engage active adults and help them take full advantage of everything the community has to offer.
Active adult communities are centered around the idea that engaged seniors stay healthy, sharp, and able to care for themselves independently longer than those who are isolate. The success of a property manager depends on enhancing community engagement and giving residents access to special interest groups that appeal to them.