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Resources

  • Referral List

    Need a referral for lawn maintenance, snow removal, adult day care, grocery delivery, and more? Contact us at Neighborhood Network for Seniors 651-646-2301.

  • Local Caregiver Support Group

    Hosted at the Macalester Plymouth United Church on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, 4:00pm.

  • CareNextion - A free on-line tool for family care teams

    A free, easy-to-use website allowing your family members and other care groups to easily communicate, share schedules and find assistance for your loved ones. This online tool enables you to bring together the support needed to help your loved one live a vital and engaging life.  Contact information: To speak with a friendly staff member or for a free phone consultation, please call 612-770-7005.

  • Store To Door

    Store to Door is a Twin Cities non-profit that provides grocery deliver to seniors age 60+ .  Their low delivery charge, which is covered for qualified low-income seniors, and welcoming staff and volunteers make getting good nutrition easy and affordable.

  • Live Well At Home - A tool to help you plan for healthy living

    Live Well at HomeSM is Minnesota's resource to help seniors plan to live well longer in their own homes. Let your goal for community living move you into action. Learn about the risks that could cause you to move from home, and what you can do -today. Know your plan and find your way to lifelong community living using these 4  easy steps. These 4 steps will show you how to focus your time, effort, and money on the things that matter most to you. Our program staff are Live Well at HomeSM providers  - trained in aging issues and the 4-step Live Well At Home process, and offering a wide range of services and supports for managing risk factors.

  • Meals-on-Wheels

    Keystone Community Services  provides Meals-On-Wheels for residents living west of Lexington Parkway.  http://www.keystonecommunityservices.org/our-services/meals-wheels

    West 7th Community Center  provides Meals-On Wheels for residents living east of Lexington Parkway and south of Dayton Ave.  http://www.west7th.org/meals-on-wheels/

    Wilder provides Meals on Wheels for residents living east of Lexington Parkway and north of Dayton Ave.  http://www.wilder.org/Programs-Services/Older-Adult-Services/Pages/Meals-on-Wheels.aspx  

  • Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

    The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving is a national leader in research and resource development for cargivers.  Their website has links to their materiel as well as links to other resources.

  • Tips for caregivers - Overcoming Barriers to Good Hygiene

    This article has many good tips for ways to overcome roadblocks care givers may encounter caring for someone with dementia.