Talk is cheap. Tell the stories and keep memories alive, today
Barbara Tabach’s LifeCatching offers solutions, tips and links to using genealogy, photos, oral history and other memory assets for active curating of family history.
|Education and consulting
||Quick ways to start.
|Would your organization like assistance using LifeCatching process and inspiration for saving family and personal histories?
Barbara Tabach consults individuals and organizations to successfully LifeCatching for themselves or those they serve.
She has worked with Veterans, elders and their caregivers, those suffering memory loss among others and young people seeking to use oral history as a window into the past.
|Download LifeCatching forms that create an outline of family memories and information.
Set up Hunuku account where you can discover and share family histories. It’s free, safe, and private.
|LifeCatching in community
|Who’s doing it?
|Hunuku.com uses the LifeCatching process to guide you and family members through the joy of learning more about the family and keeping safe for future generations.
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|Among the many LifeCatching tips is the value of converting cherished photos, slides, videos and old movies into digital formats. Digital images are easy to upload and save on your computer. Create stories from these digital assets on your private and personal Hunuku quilt. It’s the perfect complement to your family tree and scrapbooks because it is safe and easy to share with others in your family upon invitation.
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