You might think the life of an activity director at a senior community is all fun and games — not something that would come under the lens of government regulation. But it does, and those professionals who help residents find fun and joy in their lives are now scram
What does a doctor do when she’s treating patients with a disease like Alzheimer’s that has no cure? Dr.
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A Star Tribune lead editorial on April 5, 2014, said Ecumen Awakenings dementia care program is “effective and compassionate” and “should become the standard of care across the nation as baby
Sometimes a good talk with someone who understands helps relieve the stress of caregiving. In fact, that is the basis of most support groups.
Ecumen Detroit Lakes is among 12 Minnesota organizations receiving grants through ACT on Alzheimer’s to help create more dementia-friendly communities.
Thinking about an assisted living for yourself or a loved one? It’s a major decision requiring lots of due diligence. We take pride in helping you find the right solution for you, regardless of whether you chose one of our communities.
The Vital Aging Network, a nonprofit helping people 50+ live connected and vital lives, will host a Mayday Celebration May 1, 2014, to welcome spring with cool jazz, socializing and a silent auction.
Matt Schons, who works as a cook for the food service at Ecumen-managed Colonial Manor Balaton in Balaton, Minn., ran into a burning house after a gas explosion and saved the life of a two-year-old girl in September 2012. Last week, he was awarded the Carnegie Medal