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.
We are honored to be recognized as a 2019 Distinction Award recipient for Business Excellence by the Park Rapids Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce. This prestigious award is given to recipients who exemplify the values of the Chamber: leadership, workforce, innovation, and community.
Knute Nelson in Alexandria is a recipient of the Spirit of Advocacy Award from LeadingAge Minnesota.
Knute Nelson Home Care and Hospice have moved from their office at 15175 Edgewood Drive, to a new location at 15670 Edgewood Drive North, Suite 150, in Baxter.
By taking a distribution from your IRA this year, you will likely pay more in taxes and may even reach a higher tax bracket. Rolling over part of your IRA’s “required minimum distribution” or “RMD” to a charity like ours can help reduce your tax bill while supporting our cause.
Spend the holiday season enjoying time with family and friends at our beautiful Grand Arbor Theater. Each Friday from November 29th until Christmas, Grand Arbor by Knute Nelson will be featuring a FREE community movie night in their full-size movie theater – complete with coffee and cookies.
We hope to see you for a Holiday Open House!
Knute Nelson announces plans to build a senior lifestyle housing community in Baxter in 2020. The location for the proposed development is at the southeast corner of County Road 48/Highland Scenic Road and Mapleton Road in Baxter.
We are humbled as we announce our 2019 “Best of the Lakes Area” awards. The “Best of the Lakes Area” is the Echo Press newspaper’s readers’ choice awards.
There are so many emotions surrounding end of life. And so many questions.
We compiled this list to help you and your loved one to decide whether and when hospice works for you.
The Blessing and Power of Healing Touch for Hospice Patients
Imagine you’re in hospice. You’re uncomfortable. You’re probably in pain. Medications can help, but they can bring their own problems.
What if there was something that might bring relief without side effects?
Have you heard about healing touch?
Lynette Berglund, a care attendant at Grand Arbor in Alexandria, recently received the Make Zero Harm Possible Award from LeadingAge Minnesota. The award recognizes staff in aging services settings who demonstrate their commitment to safe, quality care and to treating the people they serve with respect and dignity – always.
Congratulations to the graduates from Knute Nelson’s 2019 Leadership Academy. The group of 15 individuals has spent the last nine months strengthening and developing their leadership skills.
Short-term rehab is designed to get you ready to be safe and thrive at home.
Whether you’ve had surgery, an injury or you’re recovering from an illness, you’ll need time to recover and heal. You’ll also need to regain strength and mobility. That requires one or more therapies. Here are a few sample scenarios:
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.
Knute Nelson received the Award of Honor for Performance Excellence in Aging Services from LeadingAge Minnesota. The award recognizes an advanced level of continuous quality improvement and outstanding achievements in 24 management practices focused on leadership, strategy, customers, measurement, workforce and operations.