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Ecumen has been awarded a $29,800 LeadingAge Innovations Fund grant to integrate light therapy into memory care units for adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD).
In case you missed out, here are the articles Ecumen's online visitors found most interesting last week:
Ecumen Regional Director Paul Libbon has been named to the Aging Services of Minnesota Board of Directors as a director at large for a three-year term.
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.
Ecumen is teaming up once again with senior housing developer Edward Rose and Sons on a new community near the Cleveland Clinic in Avon, Ohio, that will have 175 units for independent and assisted living and memory care.
Julie Murray has been promoted to the new role of vice president of sales, marketing and business development at Ecumen.
In announcing the promotion, Ecumen President and CEO Kathryn Roberts issued this announcement to Ecumen staff: