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Anne Brataas is the daughter of pioneering Minnesota State Senator and leader Nancy Brataas. Sen. Brataas, who was the first female Minnesota state legislator elected in her own right, died last week in hospice care. For a wonderful example of "honor," we share with you her daughter's tribute entitled: As she died, Sen. Nancy Brataas posed a final question: 'Unconventional?' that was published today at MinnPost.com.
Ecumen’s Human Resources Department recently launched the new @Ecumen_Jobs Twitter account that highlights open positions in the company’s 37 cities in Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Idaho and Tennessee.
By Camille Gross, Ecumen E-Learning and Training Coordinator
Ecumen’s mission primarily focuses on serving older adults, but it’s great to be part of an organization that encourages us to serve all ages.
Meet Anisah, an artist with poise, grace and an endearing approach to life.
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Her phone was ringing off the hook. Roberta Alzen, the director of nursing at Ecumen-managed Grand Village in Grand Rapids, Minn., was caught off guard.
The Shavlik Family Foundation has awarded Ecumen an $11,750 grant to bring the latest digital technology to seniors at its new aging services hub in Detroit Lakes, Minn.
How can you be a good caregiver to someone who is not happy to have your help? The “reluctant caregivee” is a common challenge to caregivers, even those who are close family members.
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