Two Ecumen communities have been nationally recognized as "Caring Stars of 2015," by Caring.com, a leading senior care website.
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Across the lunch table, two eighty-something guys have a meeting of the hearts.
Ecumen honors Anna Grunwald, a resident of Sunnyside Care Center, who is 103.
The Minnesota State Arts Board has awarded grants totaling just over $46,000 to three Ecumen communities to encourage artistic development and creativity among older adults through the Partners in Arts Participation program.
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Residents at Ecumen Bethany had a wish: To help those less fortunate.
Nurse Dawn Bolhuis, Ecumen's longest tenured employee, can't wait to start her next shift, and the residents she cares for can't wait to see her.
Critics are raving about the movie “Still Alice” and Julianne Moore’s compelling performance as a 50-year-old mother, wife and college professor who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s.
Ecumen honors Eleanore Ebeling, a resident of Ecumen Meadows in Worthington, Minn.,who is 100.