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Date: Apr 4th, 2007 10:33am
Author: Eric Schubert

The 'Evercare 100 @ 100 Survey' is a new survey...

Date: Apr 3rd, 2007 6:01pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Governor Pawlenty and Janet Green Pictured: Gov.

Date: Apr 1st, 2007 3:30pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Minnesota lost a wonderful person, broadcasting legend, and a great role model for successful aging when Minnesota Twins...

Date: Mar 27th, 2007 2:41pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Posted by Eric Schubert, Ecumen, Director of CommunicationsHopefully, The Changing Aging Blog is a lot of fun and a place that people finding interesting, learn new stuff and meet others who are working to change aging for the better...

Date: Mar 9th, 2007 3:31pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Posted in the Minneapolis Star TribuneStart transforming nursing homes into service centers. The day is coming when advanced aging will no longer mean leaving home for most Minnesotans. For many, it will lead to the installation of electronic sensors in...

Date: Feb 26th, 2007 3:43pm
Author: Eric Schubert

From the Minneapolis St.

Date: Feb 20th, 2007 3:46pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Posted in the Pioneer PressBYLINE: Jeremy Olson, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn.Feb.

Date: Feb 18th, 2007 3:51pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Posted in the StarTribune Motion sensors, virtual dinner companions and a talking pill could help baby boomers age more independently.By H.J.

Date: Jan 25th, 2007 3:57pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Posted in the Star TribuneNew public policies and products can help Minnesota to ride the age wave. Kathryn Roberts Lotions hide aging. Phrases such as \senior moment' disparage it. And many policymakers put it off. That won’t work much longer.

Date: Jan 23rd, 2007 4:01pm
Author: Eric Schubert

SHOREVIEW, MINN., (January 23, 2007) €“ Ecumen, Minnesota’s largest non-profit senior housing company, has joined with Commercial Equity Partners, developer of Woodbury’s Tamarack Hills Business Lifestyle CampusTM, to propose a new lifestyle community for seniors...

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