Citizens League breakfast event on Wed., Feb. 20th at Minnesota History Center to look at innovation in long-term care financing.
A 75-year love story will forever change today. Clifford and Mildred Bjerke of Moorhead, Minn., fell in love in the 1930s and raised a fun-loving family based on their simple ideals of love, family and hard work. Not uncommon in those days, but few are able to enjoy those things for 75 years.
The 21st Century phenomenon of working in retirement - is it the new normal?
Ecumen Initiative to Reduce Antipsychotics in Dementia Care Receives Aging Services of Minnesota Innovation Award
Congratulations to Ecumen colleagues who are making life better by reducing the use of antipsychotics in dementia care through Ecumen Awakenings
Ecumen has received a $3 million Margaret A. Cargill Foundation grant to create a model for improving rural senior living.
The grant will help transform a longstanding nursing home at Ecumen Detroit Lakes into a one-stop aging services hub that improves and expands service access for seniors in rural Becker County, Minnesota. Read the Feb. 5 StarTribune article.
Ecumen blogger Jim Klobuchar honors Lt. Col. Mark Weber and his extraordinary book "Tell My Sons."
Are you considering an assisted living community for yourself or someone you care about? Here is a helpful article about what a great assisted living community looks like, from caring.com.
Boomers are increasingly driving consumer trends, sometimes with curious results. Read on about trends that might -- or not -- catch on in the funeral home business.
Are Granny Pods and Lennar NextGen Housing going to take off?
Being informed is essential in today's healthcare environment. Vital Aging Network is offering a FREE forum to help you get what you need to make informed healthcare decisions. The event will be held in Roseville on January 8, at 10:30am. Learn more about the event -- and about Vital Aging Network -- by clicking on the link below.