Matt McNeill, director of business development at Ecumen, has been selected as a member the LeadingAge 2015 Leadership Academy program.
Ecumen is proud to be a partner in the important work of reducing the use of unnecessary antipsychotic drugs in all Minnesota nursing homes.
Recent research on Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is beginning to get lots of attention from mainstream media. Here’s a roundup of items over the past month that caught the attention of Dr. Tracy Tomac, Ecumen's consulting psychiatrist.
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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The summer swelter is upon us and it’s important for seniors to take extra care during the hot and humid days ahead.
Here are 10 tips to stay cool and healthy through the heat:
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When reporter Ina Jaffe started covering aging for National Public Radio, she quickly learned how sensitive older people are about how they are referred to in the media. This prompted NPR to do a survey to find out what older adults want to be called.
As out of town visitors saw during All Star Week, Minneapolis is a pretty cool place. What it lacks, however, is cool senior housing in a primetime location such as the Mill City Neighborhood on the Mississippi.
Survey after survey affirms that the vast majority of people plan to age in their own homes rather than downsizing or moving to retirement communities. And most experts tend to agree it’s a worthy goal — but one that requires a lot of preparation.