Thanks to Ecumen blogger Jim Klobuchar on his newest post.
College graduates around the country are celebrating this May.
Doris at Ecumen of Litchfield in Litchfield, Minn., is no exception. She turns 90 years old and receives her Bachelor of Arts Degree Honoris Causa from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D. this month.
Ecumen CEO Kathryn Roberts honored by Minnesota State University Mankato.
Ecumen recently opened a new senior living community in Omaha, Neb., that it developed with owner Esprit Memory Care. Read the complete article on our Senior Housing Development blog.
Where do America's innovations come from? Mostly from older Americans.
I recently had the honor to ride horses with former Minnesota Governor Al Quie. He shared with me some fantastic horsemanship and how aging has become another adventure in his life. I love what he says about learning. Learn more from Governor Quie in our Changing Aging YouTube video.
The calendar doesn’t negotiate with us or offer rewards. One of its chores is to make silent announcements, like: “one more birthday, friend.”
Let’s say the day comes when you graduate from your jolly 70s. That simple fact may not be worth launching a drum and bugle parade downtown or taking a full page ad in the Sunday New York Times.
Consider the possibility that the celebration can be simpler and a lot less expensive.
A few days ago I finished one of my bouts with the treadmill in the fitness center nearby. It’s one of those modern and progressive sweat boxes that gives major discounts, in some cases a free ride, to aging card holders in one of the major insurance companies.
Woman with dementia who was arrested for voter fraud could have been any one of us.
Honor. Ecumen resident authors share their stories for today and generations to come.
Ecumen welcomes several new board of trustee members from a variety of sectors.