On behalf of Ecumen’s 12,000+ customers and nearly 4,000 team members, we wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season.
On Christmas morning in Sandpoint, Idaho, a dozen or so small children gather around the tree to see what Santa has brought them. The kids all have at least one thing in common: Santa is definitely not their parents. They are the kids of Kinderhaven, a group foster
We recently polled staff at several Ecumen communities for their advice on holiday gift-giving for seniors, particularly those who are in assisted living or care centers. Here are the top 10 suggestions:
Thanks to a technology grant from Enventis, a communications company headquartered in Mankato, Minn., more residents at Ecumen Pathstone Living are going digital.
Heritage at Irene Woods, a new Ecumen-managed senior living community near Memphis, Tenn., hosted a festive holiday gathering of about 150 guests at its grand opening to the public on Saturday, December 14.
When building a house that you want to be warm and inviting around the holidays, clearly the best material is gingerbread. Gingerbread is timeless, sturdy, traditional and pleasing to the eye — and nose and mouth.
For years a stereotype of aging is that you get tired as you grow older. But new research analysis is putting that stereotype to rest.
Ecumen Seasons at Maplewood resident Dick Willis, a 92-year-old World War II veteran who survived the Pearl Harbor attack, is now in hospice care. KARE-11 TV’s Boyd Huppert honors Dick and tells how a representative of “We Honor Veterans” has become Dick’s friend —
The smell of lefse and krumkake wafted through the air at Ecumen Pathstone Living in Mankato, Minn., last weekend as crowds gathered to enjoy a 21-year tradition called the Scandinavian Experience Bake Sale
As the ice cakes over Minnesota, imagine palm trees swaying in tropical breezes as graceful women perform hula dances in the warming sun.