Date: Mar 3rd, 2014 8:17am
Author: Ecumen Communications

Actor-Comedian Seth Rogen had a personal experience with Alzheimer's that changed his thinking and focused his attention on educating others.  When his mother-in-law was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's, he saw the "ugly truth" about the disease and created "Hi

Date: Feb 28th, 2014 10:44am
Author: Jim Klobuchar

Years ago a book on the mysteries of the human condition struck me with a novel thought I’d never considered: Human beings are basically social creatures, the author acknowledged.

Date: Feb 27th, 2014 10:30am
Author: Ecumen Communications

Olga Kotelko is off-the-charts amazing.  She took up track and field at age 77 and at age 94 she holds 26 world records including age-group bests in the high jump, the hammer throw and the 200-meter run. But how did she do that?  And how is she aging so well?

Date: Feb 26th, 2014 11:14am
Author: Ben Taylor

Terry Mahar, a healthcare executive with more than 34 years of experience, has been named to the newly created post of regional director of home care, hospice and adult day services at Ecumen.

Date: Feb 25th, 2014 2:00pm
Author: Ecumen Communications

A newly patented program lets caregivers experience firsthand what it’s like to have dementia.

Date: Feb 25th, 2014 11:38am
Author: Ben Taylor

Matt McNeill has been promoted to director of business development at Ecumen.

Date: Feb 24th, 2014 10:45am
Author: Ecumen Communications

by Kathryn Roberts, Ecumen CEO

Date: Feb 20th, 2014 3:41pm
Author: Ecumen Communications

The ability of music to unlock memories for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is well documented.

Date: Feb 18th, 2014 4:14pm
Author: Ben Taylor

Ecumen Detroit Lakes, now undergoing a major remodeling and expansion, recently celebrated receiving a $50,000 grant from the Otto Bremer Foundation to match the more than $50,000 it raised in the local community.

Date: Feb 18th, 2014 10:07am
Author: Ben Taylor

The future looked bright for Ecumen Trustee Debbie Cervenka and her husband Bob.  They had just sold the highly successful company they built together and were making big plans for the next phase of their lives.  What happened next totally shattered their dreams— but

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