We always know when Jana Odegaard comes into the building at Ecumen Evergreens of Fargo. “It’s Jana!” the residents exclaim.
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Emily Dummer is a caring and fun-loving nurse who can connect with anyone. She works in Memory Care at Ecumen Prairie Hill, where she has a very special rapport with residents.
Service to others defines Teresa Nelson. She is always out on the floor at St. Mark’s Living, doing something to help out.
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Abiitan Mill City, Ecumen's luxury senior living community in Downtown Minneapolis, is now offering a respite program for those who need short-term assisted living or memory care services.
Most people want to keep living in their home as they age, but the home becomes the enemy. A Northfield couple worked with renowned architect Michael Graves to build a house specifically designed to accommodate aging.
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St. Mark’s Living, an Ecumen-managed senior living and healthcare campus in Austin, Minn., has received a $24,840 Workforce Solutions Grant from the LeadingAge Minnesota Foundation to help recruit new employees to senior care and to retain them after they are hired...
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