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Hollywood made progress this year fighting sexual abuse and bias against women and minorities. But ageism -- apparently the last acceptable "ism" -- did not fare so well.
Two employees of Ecumen communities and a memory care resident were recently honored at LeadingAge Minnesota’s “Stars Among Us” awards ceremony in St. Paul.
Millie, a resident of Ecumen Detroit Lakes, talks about the true meaning of living in her community.
You can change your brain's destiny says Lisa Genova, a neuroscientist and the author of Still Alice,
It's National Activity Professionals Week, and Ecumen recognizes and honors its Life Enrichment staff -- the people who specialize in bringing smiles to our residents.
Here's a graphic way to understand how fast Minnesota is aging.
A group of Ecumen employees recently became Dementia Friends – part of a global movement striving to create more dementia friendly communities by changing the way people think, act and talk about dementia.
Researchers in Belgium found that children and teens who spend quality time with their grandparents are less likely to have negative stereotypical attitudes told the elderly.
Ecumen proudly celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We especially thank Dr. King for the inspiration he gives us in our fight against ageism.