Date: Jul 28th, 2017 9:19am
Author: Ben Taylor

St. Mark’s Living, an Ecumen-managed senior living and healthcare campus in Austin, Minn., has received a $24,840 Workforce Solutions Grant from the LeadingAge Minnesota Foundation to help recruit new employees to senior care and to retain them after they are hired.

Date: Jul 26th, 2017 11:14am
Author: Ecumen Communications

Contrary to popular opinion, a recent Mayo Clinic study suggests that it’s never too late to rejuvenate aging muscles.  

Date: Jul 25th, 2017 2:15pm
Author: Ecumen Communications

Medical News Today has selected five blogs on Alzheimer's disease that showcase the most recent research, provide a day-in-the-life account of living with the disease, and share perspectives from caregivers.

Date: Jul 24th, 2017 10:17am
Author: Ecumen Communications

Did you miss last week's most-read Changing Aging blog posts? Ecumen's online visitors found these articles most interesting:

Date: Jul 21st, 2017 11:01am
Author: Ben Taylor

The Ecumen Velocity class of 2017 has just graduated from the year-long program focused on building leadership skills and developing innovative approaches to aging services.

Date: Jul 19th, 2017 2:33pm
Author: Ben Taylor

Marsha Berry tells the story about the day she drove past a senior community in Minneapolis and saw two rainbow flags flying.  She pulled over and cried.

Date: Jul 18th, 2017 1:51pm
Author: Ecumen Communications

Kim Lear, a Minneapolis-based strategist and researcher in generational theory, last week gave a group of Ecumen leaders some insight on how to “view the world through the eyes of a different generation.”  The session was part of Ecumen’s Velocity Leadership Developm

Date: Jul 17th, 2017 9:44am
Author: Ecumen Communications

 

Did you miss last week's most-read Changing Aging blog posts? Ecumen's online visitors found these articles most interesting:

Date: Jul 14th, 2017 12:08pm
Author: Ecumen Communications

Nearly a fifth of people 65+ are working – the highest share of older workers in more than 50 years.

Date: Jul 12th, 2017 8:30am
Author: Ecumen Communications

How do you tell the difference between “normal” forgetfulness and serious memory loss due to dementia?

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