Living at Home Network Reorganizes to Better Promote Neighborhood-Based Care for Elders
Nonprofit will support Minnesota’s unique model of care that allows older Minnesotans to receive assistance in their homes and communities.
(St. Paul, MN) The Living At Home/Block Nurse Program, Inc. today announced a restructuring that will help local neighborhood-based elder care programs prepare for Minnesota’s demographic shifts. This nonprofit, previously known as the Elderberry Institute, is now renamed the Living At Home Network (LAHN). The renewed organization retains its original mission of supporting this model of care, unique to Minnesota, of assisting older people to continue living in their own homes as long as possible. (more)
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Local Living at Home/Block Nurse Programs are located in both urban and rural areas. The Programs organize neighbors within communities to offer whatever assistance is needed to help seniors continue living in their homes for as long as possible.
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