The usual late afternoon snowstorm had mercifully subsided. From behind the steering wheel of my car, it was theoretically possible to make out traffic signals again and approaching cars with their headlights blazing.
In today’s Duluth News Tribune, reporter John Lundy gives a sensitive and compelling account of how Awakenings works to calm dementia without drugs. Shelley Matthes, RN, Ec
New Ulm, Minn., 18 years ago: The bus from the nursing home moves through the below-zero snowy prairie to the clinic where a freshly minted young doctor has just started practicing. The bus attendant unloads the elderly patients in their wheel chai
In a recent Opinuendo column the St.
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.
Everybody wants to know Verna Bloom’s secret. She’ll tell you being 104 years old “surprises” her because she has “no secret of any kind.”
Baby boomers hitting retirement age are anything but retiring. Fitter and more active than their parents, members of this generation are returning to their youthful wanderlust.
Ashley and Shannon Campbell, children of legendary country music singer Glen Campbell, gave a stunning performance to cap last night's Great Minds Gala in Washington, D.C.