Anyone who has provided care for a loved one at home knows how exhausting it can be. Turns out not only is it exhausting, but it has a huge price tag and most people are caregiving for senior relative and friends while holding down another fulltime job. Talk about
Rural healthcare, economic development and connecting aging and the arts top Ecumen's list of most popular blog posts this week. In case you missed out, here are the stories our online visitors found most interesting:
Janet Green, Executive Director at Ecumen Detroit Lakes, has spent the past year working on the transformation of the campus to a “one-stop hub” that is drawing national attention for its cutting-edge approach to delivering rural health care services.
Ecumen honors Frieda Westphal, aresident of Ecumen Pathstone Living, who is 101.
Ecumen is developing innovative programming to bring high-quality art experiences to its senior communities in a partnership with ArtSage, a Minnesota nonprofit that connects artists and the arts with aging through training programs, consulting services and other resources
More than 300 Alexandria, Minn., community leaders and elected officials gathered Tuesday to recognize the work of Ecumen Bethany Community at a ceremony presenting the Business and Industrial Appreciation Day Award, a top honor for contributions to the area’s economy and community well-being.
Ecumen employee Christy Johnson, Common Good Breakfast and a 104th birthday top Ecumen's list of most popular blog posts this week. In case you missed out, here are the stories our online visitors found most interesting:
Ecumen honors Erma Lundberg, a resident of Ecumen Centennial House in Apple Valley, Minn., who is 102.
There’s a chance that the recent brawling of the mid-term election campaign has left you exhausted. You need some form of civilized rescue.
I’m here to remind you that it could be worse.
Ecumen employee Chuck Zimmerman topped Ecumen's list of most popular blog posts last week. In case you missed out, here are the stories our online visitors found most interesting: