NEWS & STORIES
NEWS & STORIES
NEWS & STORIES
Sharing all the latest at Knute Nelson
The following news and stories have been compiled to inform you of happenings at Knute Nelson and in aging services. We also feature the stories of individuals who have reached their goals and have an important message to share to inspire others.
The season of joy is here, and we’re thrilled to invite the community to celebrate the holidays in a special way! Join us for our Christmas Movie Matinees, hosted by Knute Nelson.
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.
Through our hospice life-enriching services, we go beyond traditional expectations. Through the lens of Linda Carey, we hope to shine a light on the compassionate services that set us apart.
Knute Nelson invites you to join us as we celebrate the grand opening of our Knute Nelson Home Health Care and Hospice Willmar office.
Nearly 15 years ago, senior leaders endeavored to incorporate servant leadership into our organization. The first call President & CEO Mark Anderson placed was to Vern Anderson. Read more about his impact on Knute Nelson.
After entrusting her Uncle Robbin‘s well-being to Knute Nelson memory care, Rebecca Tormanen noticed dramatic positive changes that redefined her perspective of memory care.
Managing a chronic illness on your own can be complex and challenging. Fortunately, home health care is available to help manage a variety of chronic illnesses. Learn more about the most common home health care diagnoses.
During difficult times, we often find ourselves turning to prayer for clarity, peace, and hope. By adding prayer to our everyday routines, we can discover a mosaic of life-enriching benefits of daily prayer.
Physical therapy after surgery is an effective tool to help people recover faster. There are a variety of settings that you can receive physical therapy, but PT at home may be a comfortable option.
Knute Nelson was awarded Philanthropist of the Year by the Alexandria College at their annual Legends Gala on Friday, October 6th, 2023. Read more about this award.
As her father’s health declined, Kathleen Schwantz-Dahl turned to Knute Nelson Hospice to provide peace and comfort in his final days. Read why she is grateful for the care her family received.
Grand Arbor was voted Best of the Lakes Area by readers of the Echo Press. This recognition is a true testament to our incredible staff and their commitment to enrich the lives of everyone we serve.
Our Knute Nelson family proudly supports the full continuum of care for those we serve. These services range from short-term rehab to senior living and extend well beyond traditional long-term care alone.
Being your best self means living authentically. Sara Severson knew what would bring her a sense of happiness, purpose, and meaning. Read how she built her best self at Knute Nelson.
Physical therapy is often prescribed to patients following surgery to regain strength and flexibility. This article reviews why physical therapy may be a safer alternative to other pain reducing techniques.