Volunteer drivers provide bridge to independence for elders
Now that I am 81, I am learning about many things for the first time. There were times when I could have spoken out about injustice in the past and did not. Why didn’t I?
Sex and sexuality shift over the course of a person’s life. says Laura Rademacher, LMFT and certified sex therapist. “One
Why one Minnesota woman is finishing her college education 60 years later
The 2019 Status of Older Women in Minnesota report examines the economic well-being, health, and safety of women ages 55
Historically, people buried their loved ones with the intent of preserving their bodies.Embalmed with formaldehyde, secured in a chemically treated
For many years I have watched my maternal grandparents in Japan, and my paternal grandmother in the United States, receive
In March 2017, my sisters and I gathered in my mom’s bedroom as her pacemaker was deactivated by a hospice
The Crisis of Elder Abuse in Minnesota Elder abuse complaints to the Minnesota Department of Health’s Office of Health Facility
Ecosystem content is made possible by Organic Lawns by LUNSETH Two white-haired women farmers in Lac Qui Parle County challenged and
Investing in services that enable older adults to remain independent, while providing peace of mind to caregivers, will help make communities stronger and more self-sufficient.
The themes throughout the varied experiences of Pat Marble’s long life are about being comfortable, inquisitive, and interested in the