Being a caregiver to a loved one is a momentous task that can be rewarding, but can easily begin to weigh on you. Those in caregiving positions must be mindful of their mental and physical health. The care you give to yourself is the care you give to your loved one. Educate yourself on aging […]
Episcopal Homes Blog
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry recently honored Episcopal Homes’ 125th Anniversary by sharing a special message, noting our commitment to ministry, service, and impactful work. We’re proud to continue Sister Annette’s legacy of service, encouraging our community to live fully with purpose. Watch the video below to hear his remarks!
(St. Paul, MN 10/01/2019) –Congresswoman Betty McCollum recently made a visit to Episcopal Homes to honor the 125thanniversary of the organization’s caring for and serving senior communities in Saint Paul. Her statement of recognition was officially entered into the congressional record on September 17, 2019. During her visit, she reflected on her own family members […]
Many are surprised to learn that inside of our sprawling continuum of care campus, we have a child care center. Our Kinder Village children participate in regular intergenerational activities every week, from story time to engaging crafts. There are many benefits to intergenerational activities which contribute to the wellbeing of both children and older adults. […]
Residents and staff gathered Wednesday to send their love and blessings to a special feline friend–Ollie. After 10 years of company and cuddles, a retirement party was held for the orange cat of the Church Home. At the time, pets in a nursing home wasn’t quite popular–people thought of it as counterintuitive to the sterility […]