Does your financial plan address potential long-term care concerns and needs?
Put our knowledge on your side
People today are living longer and a larger number of people will need long-term care sometime in their life. The risk is very real, and, unfortunately, much more likely than most people perceive. Does your financial strategy account for potential long-term care needs? This may be the time to re-evaluate your situation.
Addressing Long Term Care Workshop will go into greater depth on these topics:
Presented by Wolfgang Hilse, Financial Consultant AXA Advisors, LLC
RSVP to Nate at (612)600-7496, DINNER WILL BE PROVIDED
Space is limited RSVP today!
Are you a Caregiver to a Loved One with Memory Loss?
Martin Luther Campus has a Caregiver Support Groups you can join!
When and Where:
If you have Questions?
For Martin Luther Care Center Support Group contact Nathan Tongue, Long Term Care Social Worker at 952.948.5172 or email@example.com
For Creekside Support Group contact Heather Liesenfeld, Licensed Social Worker at 952.948.5154 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on caregiver support groups,
go to www.alz.org/mnnd/
Campus Club took part in an exceptional tour of the Wings of the North Museum, thanks to Bob and Judy Jasperson.
Wings of the North is home to one of the largest air displays in Minnesota the AirExpo that is held in July. We got up close and personal with Pat Harker's gorgeous B-25J Mitchell "Lady Luck", John Borme's 42 PT-17 Stearman trainer, and we tooted the horn of a 1942 army jeep.
Be sure to check out there website for upcoming events and museum hours.
Visit Megan and Kayla at the Normandale Community College Job Fair from 10am to 2pm on Friday, November 17th.
Come join our team of caring professionals at Martin Luther Campus! You will have the opportunity to be part of a team that is creating an extraordinary living experience for seniors living in your community.
With our partners at Fairview Health Services, Ebenezer provides access throughout Minnesota to a full range of senior care options, community-based programs and medical care. None of this would be possible without our outstanding employees. Employees like YOU!
We offer a variety of positions to meet a wide range of needs throughout our organization. If you share our values of Dignity, Integrity, Service, Compassion and Innovation we’d love to talk to you! #EbenezerCares #GreatJobs #Careers
You can also call Megan at 952.948.5145 or go to www.jobs.fairviewebenezer.org/ to see what's available and apply today!
Congratulations to Suzie Konecny for taking first place in our Employee Chili Cookoff Challenge. There were many great entries!
It's great to have FUN at work and to enjoy what you do!
We would like to thank ALL friends, family and residents of Martin Luther Campus for attending our Veteran's Day Recognition. What a beautiful day to show our appreciation to these brave men and women.
Special thanks to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1296 for the Presentation of the Colors, the 34th Red Bull Infantry Division Sax Ensemble for sharing your talents and time, to our Director of Spiritual Health, David Cobb for leading the event and mostly to our Veterans in attendance.
Please join us Friday, November 11 from 2:00-3:30 pm in the Martin Luther Campus Great Room for a celebration to honor our Veterans.
Music from the 34th Red Bull Infantry Division sax ensemble will be provided, along with the Color Guard. Blessings and Recognition of Veterans from Rev. David E. Cobb and more. We invite the public to attend and give thanks to those who served.
Call Rachelle if you have any questions. 952.948.5181
Martin Luther Campus
1401 E 100th Street
Bloomington, MN 55425
We invite you to join us for a free, interactive presentation about moving and downsizing for older adults on Wednesday, November 30th from 2pm-3:30pm in the Martin Luther Campus Great Room - 1401 East 100th Street, Bloomington, MN - Complimentary Coffee, Hot Chocolate and Treats to be served.
If you or a family member have thought about moving into senior housing or downsizing, then this is for you. We have two experts that will guide us through "the move" and will be open to answering any questions you have. Plus it’s FREE!
Here are some things we will be talking about:
Lisa Dunn - Lisa is a former Licensed Graduate Social worker. She's been a licensed real estate agent since 1993 and has dedicated her career to working with older adults, their families and the professionals in the industry. Lisa has earned the following designations; Certified Senior Advisor, Realtor Senior Advisor, Senior Real Estate Specialist and Graduate of the Realtor Institute. The association of Realtors hires Lisa to consult and to speak to other real estate agents about how to better serve their older adult clients.
Diane Bjorkman - For the past 35 years, Diane has been involved in innovative business ventures serving older adults in a variety of ways. She began her career in long term care and moved to management of senior housing. She developed and operated IL’s first sheltered care home for individuals with memory loss and for the past 14+ years, along with her husband has owned Gentle Transitions, a senior move management company that has been recognized nationally for its innovative senior service. Gentle Transitions assisted with over 900 moves Twin Cities wide this past year. Diane’s education includes St. Olaf College and the University of MN, where she holds a bachelors and Master’s Degree.
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RSVP to Rachelle by calling 952.948.5181 or emailing email@example.com
We have a tradition of remembering everyone in our campus community who has passed away in the past year with an annual All Saints service. We will mark All Saints Day next Sunday, November 6, at 9:30 in the Care Center Chapel and at 10:30 at the Meadow Woods Chapel.
There may have been a resident who saw you in a way no one else has seen you, who touched your heart, or who was like a grandmother to you. There may have been one who put you in touch with your own mortality. At least one made you laugh.
If you knew or worked with any of our residents who have passed away since last year's All Saints service, I ask that you will hold their memory close to you this week in whatever way you meditate or pray.
One of the blessings of our Ebenezer community is that we honor the religious and spiritual lives of all our residents and staff. We trust in our bones that each person has dignity and is worthy of the best we can offer. Those who have placed their lives or the lives of their loved ones in our care have blessed us with tremendous trust and responsibility. They've invited us into their deepest pain and greatest joy.
I hope you had a great Halloween with costumes, treats, parties, and fun. I now invite you this week to honor the memory of those close to us who have faithfully lived and died, especially those who have placed themselves in your care.
Here's a verse from a song we'll sing next Sunday:
And when the strife is fierce, the conflict long,
steals on the ear the distant triumph song,
and hearts are brave again, and arms are strong.
Blessings to you, and peace.
Rev. David E. Cobb, MA | Director of Spiritual Health
Martin Luther Care Center and Meadow Woods Assisted Living