Elkhorn, NE: Vetter Health Services Communities FIRST in the Nation to try New in2L Adaptive Tools.

Cameo and iN2L

It’s Never 2 Late to Engage with Technology at Vetter Health Services Communities!

Vetter Health Services (VHS) communities are proud Quality Partners with the Colorado based company, It’s Never 2 Late, or in2L that provides interactive touch screen technology designed for older adults with little to no previous experience working with computers.

There is AT LEAST ONE in2L system in EVERY VHS community; team members provide support, coaching, and assistance to help residents learn to use this amazing technology. Residents have had SKYPE sessions to view weddings, funerals, graduation ceremonies, and baby showers out of state. Residents use the travel content to view events, photos, videos, and learn history and cultural information from different countries around the world. There are opportunities for residents to learn sign language, to view inspirational and world class speakers on a variety of topics, and to have a button created specifically for them with personal preferences for music, websites, and other content available at the touch of their picture. The possibilities are endless!


It’s Never 2 Late has CREATED A NEW METHOD of engaging residents with physical impairments more readily with the computer system, an adaptive reaching tool that interacts with touch screen technology.

Vetter Health Services is excited to announce that our communities will be the FIRST in the nation to try out these new adaptive tools.

We are grateful to provide this level of adaptive technology that helps our residents achieve personal independence with using technology and helps our team provide personalized services to enhance quality life and quality care. We look forward to using these and providing valuable input and feedback to in2L.

The new adaptive reach tools were presented in a, “Spring Bouquet” to Cameo Rogers, Life Enrichment Coordinator from Vetter Health Services by in2L co-founder and CEO, Jack York, and Regional Sales Manager Jen Robb.

The new adaptive tools will be distributed to each VHS community throughout March.

Submitted by:  Cameo Rogers, CTRS, CDP, CDCM, Life Enrichment Coordinator,  Vetter Health Services

Great Place to Work logo
Best Workplaces in Aging Services logo
AHCA Awards