About the Living at Home Network Database System...
The Living at Home Network Database System is a flexible, user-friendly database specifically designed for any type of program that needs a simple & easy way to keep track of large amounts of data. Currently, the system is used by 57 non-profit organizations throughout Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin.
The minimum computer requirement is a computer running Windows 98 or newer with Microsoft Access 2000 or newer installed. Below you will find links for informational documents about the database. If you are interested in a free demonstration of the system, please contact Elderberry Institute at 800-320-1707.
Living at Home Network
Database Informational Brochure
(PDF Format, 1,932 KB)
2008 Price List
(Word Format, 29 KB)
Living at Home Network Database User's Manual (Updated February, 2010)
(PDF Format, 3,100 KB)
The most recent upgrade to the Living at Home Network Database System is Version 3.4. This upgrade must be installed on-site or over the phone. For more information, please call the Living at Home Network at 800-320-1707.