Did you miss last week's most popular Changing Aging blog posts? Ecumen's online visitors found these articles most interesting:
This is National Influenza Vaccination Week, serving as a reminder that there is still time to get your flu shot and be protected for the holidays. It’s especially important for seniors — adults 65 and older — to get vaccinated because they are more susceptible to t
Ecumen honors Christina (Tina) Gray, a resident of Ecumen Pathstone Living in Mankato, Minn., who is 101.
Residents of Ecumen-managed Grand Village in Grand Rapids, Minn., helped handcraft ornaments for the Capitol Christmas Tree, which was lit Tuesday night.
It's been a long and circuitous route that brought Jay Amato and Pat Richard-Amato to Ecumen Lakeshore in Duluth. But both agree that coming here was one of the best choices they ever made.
As a child, Brandon Christen often visited Ecumen Detroit Lakes, where his mother worked and where two of his grandparents received services. It made an impression, and when it came time to find an Eagle Scout project, that's the first place he looked.
Patricia Lopez never imagined that her Spanish-speaking mother, Alicia Cono, would have learned to speak English this late in life, especially given that Cono suffers from dementia. But that's what has happened during Cono's time at Ecumen of Litchfield's Adult Day Service.
In case you missed out, here are the articles Ecumen's online visitors found most interesting last week:
As we count our blessings tomorrow, please remember to thank those who provide care for friends and relatives. Here are 10 ideas for how to thank those who care for your loved ones.
Angeline Lee and Eunice Anderson, who live at Ecumen-managed Clarkfield Care Center, have a Nov. 30 birthday in common and also share extraordinary longevity. This Sunday they will be celebrating their birthdays that add up to 211 years of living.