Meet Verna Bloom, who lives at Ecumen-managed Sunnyside Care Center in Lake Park, Minn. She has lived through eight major U.S. wars, watched 19 presidents come and go, and experienced the rise of radio, television and the internet.
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Ecumen honors Floyd Skinner, a resident of Ecumen Seasons at Apple Valley, who is 100.
Ecumen Regional Operations Directors Paul Libbon and Craig Barness joined a delegation of LeadingAge Minnesota members on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, this week to meet with the Minnesota congressional delegation to voice concerns about the impact of the American...
In a recent article, AARP offers 3 can’t-miss tips for clearing away those cobwebs.
In honor of National Nutrition Month, Ecumen is sharing 10 ways to make healthier restaurant choices, courtesy of the National Institute on Aging.
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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.
AARP offers several exercises to help keep up an exercise routine, even with chronic joint pain.
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...