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Ecumen CEO Kathryn Roberts announced the promotions of Robin Balck and Julie Murray to reflect their additional responsibilities in strengthening Ecumen’s focus on growth and innovation.
The Ecumen Awakenings™ program designed to care for elderly dementia patients without the use of highly sedating drugs has won the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal’s 2015 Eureka! award for innovation.
Shelley Kendrick has been named Ecumen’s Chief Operating Officer/Senior Vice President of Operations.
In today’s Duluth News Tribune, reporter John Lundy gives a sensitive and compelling account of how Awakenings works to calm dementia without drugs. Shelley Matthes, RN, Ec
Ecumen’s new Abiitan Mill City development planned for downtown Minneapolis is gaining momentum as potential residents are making priority commitments and final city approval is pending in two weeks.
ArtSage, a Minnesota nonprofit that connects the arts with aging, is presenting its second Midwest Arts & Aging Conference at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum on June 19, 2015. The day-long session convenes arts and aging experts, teaching artists, aging services organizations, and funders.