Todd Bayliss

About Todd Bayliss

With an English degree from Virginia Tech and a background in marketing, media and project management, Todd, our Director of Marketing, is a multi-faceted marketing, video, web, design and culture-cultivating specialist and loves the opportunities he gets to meet with and interview our amazing community partners. When not filming or editing videos (or any of the many other marketing and communications duties he undertakes) he can be found mountain biking, kayaking or walking his Leonberger around his beloved Reston.

Supporting Veterans and Their Families at the 2018 Camaraderie Classic Golf Tournament

By |2018-05-25T12:24:12+00:00May 2nd, 2018|Community, Home Care & Caregiving|

The month of May is National Military Appreciation Month; and, to kick things off, Army Distaff Foundation and Homes For Our Troops cohosted the first annual 2018 Camaraderie Classic Golf Tournament on April 30 at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, VA. Lifematters was proud to be a sponsor of this event as proceeds provide [...]

Combatting the Epidemic of Loneliness in Seniors

By |2018-07-30T11:39:11+00:00March 19th, 2018|Healthy Aging, Senior Safety|

We live in an age where we can communicate with friends and family members across the country and around the globe with a few clicks of a mouse or taps on a smart phone screen. However, despite advances in communications technology and the increasing connectedness it brings, research indicates that, as a society, we are lonelier than we have ever been. Perhaps no other age group feels the keen sting of loneliness more than the elderly.

Hearing Loss Causes and Treatments

By |2018-07-30T11:39:28+00:00March 13th, 2018|Healthy Aging|

One in six adults has trouble hearing and the number increases dramatically with age, with hearing loss afflicting nearly half of people 75 and older. Yet the majority of Americans with hearing loss (about 75 percent) never go to a doctor for diagnosis and treatment. As otolaryngologists—doctors who specialize in conditions affecting the ear, nose and throat—we find this to be an alarming number of people who could potentially benefit from hearing loss treatment.

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