Date: Feb 11th, 2010 3:39am
Author: Eric Schubert

An op-ed  in today's Saint Paul Pioneer Press by Kathryn Roberts, president and CEO of Ecumen, and Mary Birchard, executive director of the Minnesota/North Dakota chapter of the Alzheimer's Association follows:

Date: Feb 9th, 2010 10:55am
Author: Eric Schubert

Football season has ended: Perfect timing for this story from Ecumen blogger Jim Klobuchar:

Date: Feb 2nd, 2010 9:04am
Author: Eric Schubert

Date: Feb 1st, 2010 5:02am
Author: Eric Schubert

                   

Date: Feb 1st, 2010 4:48am
Author: Eric Schubert

"You're seeing a bit of a culture shift in understanding how care can happen.

                                       - Kathryn West, who operates the Veterans Affairs Foster Care Program for Seniors

Date: Jan 29th, 2010 3:15am
Author: Eric Schubert

Ecumen co-blogger Helen Rickman sent over this YouTube videol today with the the title "It will make your day."  It does.  Enjoy.  It's courtesy of three residents at Leisure World in Seal Beach, Calif.

Date: Jan 28th, 2010 3:48am
Author: Eric Schubert

Ritz-Carlton has a brand promise - "Ladies and Gentlemen Serving Ladies and Gentlemen" -   and their 20 Basics of Service.  I've never stayed in a Ritz-Carlton.  Has any Changer Ager stayed there?  Did you feel that they delivered on their commitment to service?

Date: Jan 27th, 2010 10:59am
Author: Eric Schubert

Longtime Forrester Research analyst Liz Boehm and contributor to Aging in Place Technology Watch ponders the

Date: Jan 27th, 2010 5:05am
Author: Eric Schubert

One of the details of health care we've been focused upon at Ecumen is The CLASS Act.  It's a good idea that will come back even if health care reform goes away.  There are other good ideas wrapped in the health care bills, too.  But few of us know about them.

Date: Jan 27th, 2010 4:21am
Author: Eric Schubert

Ecumen greatly enjoys working with the neighbors on the Minneapolis Riverfront who have created the Mill City Commons community.  They've started a cool new speakers series in partnership with the Library Foundation of Hennepin County.  It's called

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