A brick-and-mortar Quaker meeting house (HABS Photo/George A. Eisenman. Courtesy of the Library of Congress)

Friends Life Care — a home care and care coordination company with roots in Quaker traditions — is adding a Web-based “eMeetinghouse” feature to its VigR independence maintenance program.

Friends Life Care, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., developed the VigR program to help members improve their mental and physical resilience.

The eMeetinghouse feature will give members a chance to communicate with one another through online discussion forums, a chat service, and interest groups, Friends Life Care says.

Users also get access to a blog system and a health information library.