In case you missed out on one of our most popular Changing Aging blog posts, here are the stories Ecumen's online visitors found most interesting last week:
Ecumen honors Olanda Merhar, a resident of Grand Village in Grand Rapids, Minn., who is 100 today.
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No matter how old you are, there is always something to learn. For Jim Klobuchar, travel fills a deep need to connect with the world at large, and this time he's headed back to the soul-stirring Himalayas -- remembering another time and other lessons learned.
Nineteen years ago, Vicki Marthaler became the chaplain at Ecumen Detroit Lakes — not quite sure what she was getting into. As it turned out, she got deeply into people’s hearts and souls, and they returned the favor, giving her riches beyond her wildest dreams.
Ecumen honors Anna Holst, a resident of St. Mark's Living in Austin, Minn., who is 101 today.
In case you missed out on one of our most popular Changing Aging blog posts, here are the stories our online visitors found most interesting last week:
Ecumen hosted its annual golf outing on Monday, Sept. 8, at Midland Hills Country Club in Roseville. Over 80 golfers came out to support Ecumen Awakenings, a nationally honored care approach that significantly reduces the “chemical restraints” and sedating medications often prescribed to people with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
New nursing education partnership and workforce development partnership launched by Ecumen and Minnesota State Colleges and Universities supported by $1.9 million Margaret A. Cargill Foundation grant.