Readers of Ecumen’s Changing Aging blog agree that vital, successful aging means that aging is about living. Through this forum, as the name states, we are Changing Aging, or more specifically, the traditional views on aging.But we’re certainly not alone in our...
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The Strib Could Learn From The Seattle TimesNews came down yesterday that the Star Tribune is seeking 50 buyouts in the news room.
A couple items on successful aging from over the weekend:Neal St. Anthony’s ColumnMinneapolis Star Tribune business columnist Neal St.
Ecumen just became a sponsor of The Pioneer Network’s National Conference that is going to be occurring in Minneapolis August 1-3 of this year.
The Metropolitan Agency on Aging has a very nice web site. But let’s pretend I’m seeking help at home for a senior relative and I want to keep them out of a nursing home.
Technology is playing a much bigger role in our existing senior housing and new Ecumen senior housing developments.
Sue Schwartz Nelson, Mary Leber and Janet Ingersoll are long-term care consultants at Ecumen.
Interesting story in yesterday’s Minneapolis Star Tribune by John Ewoldt on long-term care insurance.As John mentioned in his article, most baby boomers told us in the...
Posted by Mick Finn, Chief of Operations The other day I had the opportunity to meet with a number of senior housing leaders from around Ecumen.