Larry Minnix, who leads LeadingAge, is a tremendous thinker, leader and writer. This column has great insight.
Interesting discussion in yesterday's Star Tribune on future of long-term care financing.
The problem with my computer could have been solved by any 11-year-old with the juvenile’s basic exposure to locking taskbars and unpin options.
Ecumen lost a feisty friend and benefactor when Clayton Anderson died last Friday. Clayton was 101. He served the North Branch area his entire life with his energy and personal resources, making North Branch a better place to live.
Godspeed, Mr. Anderson, on your next journey.
Photographer Gregg Segal created "Remembered: The Alzheimer's Project," as a way to honor those living with Alzheimer's. The photos contain projected images from the subject's younger years, illustrating how we often forget who those with Alzheimer's once were. Click the link to see the images and learn about how the powerful images were created.
Your voices were heard. On Give to the Max Day, we raised more than $5,000 in support of Ecumen and Awakenings!
Twenty-three senior citizens this fall took Inver Hills Community College courses designed especially for them, and which were brought to them at the Ecumen Seasons at Apple Valley senior residence.
You've seen the faces and heard the stories -- are you still looking for a reason to participate in Give to the Max Day? We can give you THREE:
- AWAKENINGS: Ground-breaking revolution in Alzheimer's care
- YOUR ECUMEN COMMUNITY: Support the unique community you love
- INNOVATION & RESEARCH: Help us radically change the way we age
Tomorrow, Minnesotans will be taking part in an amazing event called "Give to the Max Day." The world’s largest online day of giving, Give to the Max Day is an opportunity for us to raise our virtual hands and support issues that are important to us. Backed by challenge grants, our gifts will make a huge impact – and show the greater community what matters to us.
We want CHANGING AGING to stand out.
It is an absolute honor for us to serve many veterans across Ecumen and to be an employer of veterans and people who are sharing a loved one in defense of our freedom. Thank you to America's veterans!