Live Well at Home
helps older Minnesotans thrive by providing the programs and resources that keep us all living in our own homes longer.
As we grow older, our health, routines and priorities will change, but the comforts of home should remain constant. The longer we support older adults in their desire to live at home, the longer they thrive.
Growing up in Faribault, Roxanne Cornell always felt a duty to take care of older folks. Now in her 60s, Roxanne finds herself running a home near Lake Nokomis where women care for each other as part of a community.
Living Well at Home is a bold vision, but it can’t be realized without a plan for how to achieve that vision. Take stock of the resources in your life and learn how you can improve your independent living with a little planning.