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.
It takes a full continuum of therapy to get you back on your feet, starting and ending with wellness programming.
Enjoy a relaxed afternoon outing with your children and grandchildren and devote attention to a renewed passion like gardening or painting. All of this is possible at an independent living community. But is independent living right for you and when should you consider a retirement community?
At Knute Nelson, our home care services are available as a part of our therapy continuum to help all patients regain their strength, recover in a quick, safe manner and get back to their independent lifestyles. Our dedicated team at Knute Nelson Home Care is here to help ensure you can rehabilitate safely in your own home.
At Knute Nelson, short-term rehabilitation is part of our specially designed therapy continuum and the first step in recovery after your joint replacement.
When you make exercise a regular part of your weekly routine, you can also help prevent yourself from physical and emotional problems and memory decline.
There are many things to consider when it comes to transitioning to senior living. Whether you’re ready now or a year from today, here’s what you should know to ensure you’re choosing the right place when it’s the right time.
A Care Center helps your loved one thrive. It starts with around-the-clock medical care and includes activities and a culture that engages their bodies, minds and hearts.
We hope to see you for a Holiday Open House!
Long-term care, what we used to call a nursing home, is 24-hour skilled nursing for individuals who have complex medical conditions or disabilities. Needs such as:
Is it time to downsize? Have you reached the point when you think, “The kids are gone. We don’t need this much house.” “I’m tired of taking care of all these home projects. And the yard work! Don’t get me started.”