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96-Year-Old Ecumen Meadows Resident Gives 9-Year-Old History Buff a Firsthand Account of WWII
Bob Roos, 96, recently sat across from Dylan Schuett, 9, telling captivating stories from his World War II service, including the bloody battle of Iwo Jima.
The Wisdom of Making Friends Across Generations
It’s rare that we have friends 10 years younger or older than we are. And that’s a shame, says anti-ageism activist Ashton Applewhite. In a recent blog post, she argues that an intergenerational world is a better world.
Dr. John Brose on Dementia Care: It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way
It doesn’t have to be this way is the mantra that would come to define Dr. John Brose’s career as a behavioral psychologist, nationally renowned as a pioneer in speaking up for people who have lost the ability to speak for themselves.
Join Innovators in Aging at Abiitan Mill City Event
Aging2.0, an organization supporting innovation to help seniors, is hosting its “Summer 2 Pint 0” event at Abiitan Mill City, an Ecumen luxury senior living community at 428 South 2nd Street, in Minneapolis on July 19, 2017, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. .
Ecumen Named One of Minnesota’s Best Places To Work for 10th Time
Ecumen has been named one of Minnesota’s Best Places to Work for the 10th time by the Minneapolis/Saint Paul Business Journal.
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