When You Get Old, Will There Be Someone to Care for You?

Over the next decade, we will need another 25,000 professional caregivers in Minnesota, in large part to care for our rapidly growing senior population. The number of Minnesota seniors will double in the coming years as baby boomers reach retirement age. Thanks to healthier living and medical innovations, seniors are living longer, many into their…

Share Your Story: Ideas for Capturing Your Family History

Recording the recollections of older relatives can do a lot more than preserve family history. It can help connect older and younger family members while giving youth a new appreciation for their elders. “Recording an interview with an older relative is such a great way to engage family members of different generations,” said Steve Mork,…

Start the Conversation to Face Aging

There will be 285,000 more seniors living in Minnesota at the end of this decade than there were in 2010, more growth than we saw in the last four decades combined. By 2031, 25% of the population will be over age 65; of that group 9% will be over 75 and 3% will be over…