This article details the various types of senior living available to help you get a better understanding of which level of care will best suit your loved one’s needs.
When talking about older adults, a continuum of care model provides individuals with the care they need at each stage of their life, from support with daily tasks while they are living independently to increasingly specialized care as they age.
A new wellness and health-focused program that puts the patient at the center of everything we do and is tailored for rural areas. No matter what state of health a person is in, there are practices, procedures, and technologies that can be employed to improve that person’s health and increase their quality of life.
For aging adults and their families, choosing the right care organization requires meticulous research, in-person facility tours, and careful consideration. As you explore your options, you may notice that there’s more to your decision than meets the eye.
Knute Nelson has launched a new pilot project called Connected Communities for Healthy Aging. This innovative initiative is facilitated through our Population Health division and funded by a grant through LeadingAge MN Foundation and UCare.
As an integral part of our Knute Nelson continuum, Population Health is a wellness and health-focused division that supports whole person care by bringing an array of approaches together. Learn more.