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Caregiver Spotlight – Lynne

Find out how one innovative English Rose caregiver taps her hospitality background and big heart to bring joy to residents

Best Practices for Doctors as Frontline Dementia Advisors

Most primary care physicians have no or very little training on Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Tiffany Gomez, English Rose Executive Director, shares practical advice to support their effectiveness as frontline dementia advisors.

The Power of Food for People with Dementia

A personal narrative published in the New Yorker about research exploring the role of food in triggering memories and improving quality of life in people living with Dementia.

A Home Designed for the Ages

English Rose is expanding its award-winning residential care into Minnetonka with the launch of its first assisted living home.

VIDEO: Health and Safety

“We provide individualized care that meets each person where they’re at.” ~ Tiffany Gomez, English Rose Administrator For...

A Quarter Century of Extraordinary Care

Tucked among the trees and lakes of a historic Edina neighborhood sits yet another immaculate property. But what might look like a typical single family Edina home on the outside is bustling with a different sort of activity on the inside.

Supporting People Living with Parkinson’s Disease

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. As a care provider for people with Parkinson’s disease, we welcome the opportunity to increase awareness about this disease and highlight how we support our residents living with Parkinson’s and their families.

The Wisdom of Three Generations

A job advertisement in the local newspaper in May of 2000 caught Kathy’s eye in the way it celebrated its caregivers. She took her yellow highlighter and excitedly circled the ad so many times that she couldn’t even read the phone number she was supposed to call. She quickly reached out to a friend, who found the same ad and read her the phone number.

Maintenance Therapy — The Best Kept Secret in Senior Care!

Have you ever needed physical or occupational therapy (PT/OT)? Many seniors have experienced conditions that cause decreased strength, range of motion, balance deficits, difficulty with walking, or memory issues that may lead them to need PT/OT.

Young Champions Making a Difference

I started volunteering with the Alzheimer's Association Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter around 2016, a few years after my dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.

Research: Childhood Contributors to Dementia

The University of Minnesota received $14.2 million in new funding from the National Institute on Aging (NIA) to better understand how childhood conditions and experiences shape later-life risk of Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

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