Skip to Content
Kind Regards: Just like family

Kind Regards: Just like family

This month’s Kind Regards letter received by the team at Carondelet Village is just one of several that were shared about Resident Assistant Andrea Boedigheimer and her instinctive kindness.

#EverydayGifts

#EverydayGifts

Presbyterian Homes & Services (PHS) employees and residents are thankful for the everyday gifts this Christmas.

2018 Christmas card features illustration by Waverly Gardens resident

2018 Christmas card features illustration by Waverly Gardens resident

As the Christmas season unfolds, we share Presbyterian Homes & Services 2018 Christmas card that arrived in the mailboxes of residents, employees and volunteers this week. This year’s card features the art of Marge Lyons who lives at Waverly Gardens in North Oaks, MN.

Blue Christmas: When all isn’t merry and bright

Blue Christmas: When all isn’t merry and bright

In this guest blog post, Pastor Chris Wheatley presents a plan for journeying through grief and experiencing joy during the holidays, reminding us that it is okay to experience sadness and joy at the same time.

Bound for Glory – All aboard to celebrate life enrichment

Bound for Glory – All aboard to celebrate life enrichment

Presenting an award for those who work in “life enrichment” and find their glory is in the smiles of those they serve. The inaugural winner of the Bound for Glory award is Kevin O’Donnell and the team at McKenna Crossing!

Holiday Gift Ideas for the Older Adult on Your List

Holiday Gift Ideas for the Older Adult on Your List

Holiday gift-giving can be a challenge but it’s often even more so when you’re looking for a gift for a beloved older adult. Most older adults will tell you they don’t need more stuff, so don’t give gifts that are meant to sit on shelves.

Burning Questions

Burning Questions

This summer, the Presbyterian Homes & Services Communications Team went out of the office and traveled all over Wisconsin and Iowa to ask residents some burning questions. Really important questions about things they wanted to understand from their perspective.

The Spotlight shines on residents at Kirkland Crossings

The Spotlight shines on residents at Kirkland Crossings

Every life has a story worth telling. And when a life spans 7 to 10 decades, that story is worth celebrating. “When older adults reach this age, they have so much to share,” said Pamela Laroche, Life Enrichment Director for Kirkland Crossings.

The First Fantasy Football League

The First Fantasy Football League

Dick Getchell is the president of the Waverly Gardens resident council, member of the woodworking group, performer in the multi talented “Saw dusters” group, retired tap dancer and to top it all off, he’s the co-founder of Fantasy Football in Minnesota. That’s kind of a big deal.

Back to top