“Who wouldn’t want this lifestyle?” a resident asks in a recent article in Duluthian Magazine article profiling Ecumen Lakeshore on Lake Superior in Duluth. When Ecumen opened the campus in 2005, one of its goals was to counter the prevailing stereotypes of senior living. Take a look at the...
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Matt McNeill, director of business development at Ecumen, has been selected as a member the LeadingAge 2015 Leadership Academy program.
Saturday's Star Tribune Business section featured an article about Ecumen's involvement in a private equity fund that invests in businesses focused on innovations for seniors.
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Ecumen received national recognition as winner of the LeadingAge Excellence in Dementia Care Award presented March 17 at the Great Minds Gala in Washington, D.C.
The Ordean Foundation has awarded $11,000 to Ecumen Lakeshore to support its Home Delivered Meals program for homebound seniors in Duluth, Minn.
“We’re very grateful for the Ordean Foundation’s support,” said Duane Battisti, the meals program coordinator.
The Shavlik Family Foundation has awarded Ecumen an $11,750 grant to bring the latest digital technology to seniors at its new aging services hub in Detroit Lakes, Minn.