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My grandma’s advice: “At any age, one must have fun”

My grandma’s advice: “At any age, one must have fun”

Ahna Lloyd serves as the Life Enrichment Director at The Farmstead in Andover, MN. She recently reflected on why she chooses to serve older adults in ministry with Presbyterian Homes & Services and realized, there are several people who helped inform her decision.

Kind Regards: Friends of all ages

Kind Regards: Friends of all ages

We share a letter received by our President and CEO Dan Lindh that testifies to the value of many individual care givers and staff members at SummerWood of Plymouth; the value of making ‘friends of all ages.’

Sharing our “Why” – Interlude Restorative Suites of Fridley

Sharing our “Why” – Interlude Restorative Suites of Fridley

As you walk into the Rehabilitation Therapy area at Interlude Restorative Suites in Fridley, you’ll notice the glinting golden cards. Each one holds a personal testimonial from an Interlude team member about why they choose to serve others. You stop to read the cards but then see the smiling faces.

86 Father’s Days

86 Father’s Days

Don Carruth has been celebrating Father’s Day since he first became a Dad 86 years ago. Now almost 106 years old, he’s likely celebrated more Father’s Days than anyone else at Presbyterian Homes & Services (and probably the entire state of Minnesota).

A sign in the airport

A sign in the airport

In celebration of National Nursing Assistants Week, we share Resident Assistant Casey Herzog’s story about the sure sign she received that she was called to work with older adults.

A “Joy”ful beginning

A “Joy”ful beginning

As we celebrate our 64th year of ministry to older adults, we reflect on our joyful beginnings. Waverly Gardens resident Jean Ljunkull shares her early memories of Ms. Lillias Joy, the Sunday school teacher whose gift of land laid the foundation for the first Presbyterian Home in 1955.

Living out their legacy

Living out their legacy

Watch as Cassie Cook, Woodland Hill Life Enrichment Director shares why she is so passionate about improving the lives of people affected by dementia.

It’s Good to Play at Any Age

It’s Good to Play at Any Age

Think play is just for kids? Think again. Fun with family and friends can generate happiness and resilience throughout life. Rachel Sautter, Life Enrichment Director at Orchard Path in Apple Valley shares how you can tap into your playful side.

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