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Top 5 Blog Posts — March 13, 2017
Date: Mar 13th, 2017 9:58am

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Ecumen Communications

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

Two Ecumen-Managed Communities Receive Workforce Grants for a New Program To Help Retain Employees
Two Ecumen-managed communities in rural Minnesota are teaming up to create a new program aimed at increasing employee retention by helping employees balance their work and personal lives.

Ecumen Scenic Shores Residents Feel the Beat
There’s something primal about beating drums that brings people together. At Ecumen Scenic Shores in Two Harbors, Minn., residents are participating in a weekly drum circle that’s simultaneously building self-expression and community – and offering some good exercise to boot. 

Diversity and Inclusion Learning Event: An Introduction to Islam and Muslims
Do you know the distinction between Islam and Muslims?  Or why Muslim women wear headscarves? Or how Muslims regard Jesus?

Grand Village Receives Workforce Grant To Help Recruit and Retain Caregivers for Seniors
Ecumen-managed Grand Village, a senior living and care center community in Grand Rapids, Minn., has received a $25,000 Workforce Solutions Grant from the LeadingAge Minnesota Foundation to help recruit new employees to senior care and to retain them after they are hired.

5 Low-Impact Exercises for Joint Pain
If your normal exercise routine is becoming too difficult due to joint pain, it does not mean you have to stop your active lifestyle. Here are five low-impact versions of exercises for those with joint pain. 

Grand Village Receives Workforce Grant To Help Recruit and Retain Caregivers for Seniors
Ecumen-managed Grand Village, a senior living and care center community in Grand Rapids, Minn., has received a $25,000 Workforce Solutions Grant from the LeadingAge Minnesota Foundation to help recruit new employees to senior care and to retain them after they are hired.

You can read these articles and more at www.ecumen.org

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