Hope team members honored

Two Hope Residence team members Savannah Kirsch-Swanson (on left) and Abby Luskey were recently recognized during the ARRM Cares Awards luncheon at the 2018 annual conference.

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Resident activities at Hope

Hope resident Christina has enjoyed participating in yoga for years. Prior to moving to Hope, she was practicing yoga stretches regularly. Through the Magnifying Abilities program, she was able to pick up her hobby again.
"Yoga allows me to be stronger. It's good for my health, it motivates others to try yoga,” said Christina.

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Hope residents enjoy fishing on Cedar Lake

Fishing is something that you just do in Minnesota. The Let’s Go Fishing organization works to make sure everyone is able to spend a day on the lake. The organization works with seniors, veterans, people with disabilities and youth. Hope residents have gone fishing twice this summer and have three more trips planned.

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BBQ Days fun in Belle Plaine!

Hope residents Christina and Heather had the opportunity to walk in the BBQ Days Parade as part of The Lutheran Home Association float. Together, Christina and Heather carried the banner.

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Taking time to celebrate

Hope Residence resident Ashlee recently took time to celebrate. Ashlee has graduated from a transitional program through Southwest Metro in Shakopee, Minn. The transition program was designed to help prepare students for future job placement by teaching interview and job skills.

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Hope residents compete in Special Olympics

Six Hope residents were among the 150 Special Olympics participants from southern Minnesota ready to compete on Sunday, May 6 at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter.

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Hope team member updates

Hope Residence recently promoted two team members. Kayla Trocke accepted a new role at Hope Residence as the Human Resources Director. She has been serving as the Program Manager/Designated Coordinator for 151 Hope Circle for the past four years.

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New program focuses on team member training

At Hope Residence, residents receive physical care. Equally as important, we strive to provide spiritual, intellectual and emotional care. This wouldn’t be possible without our caring, compassionate team members. Our team members are highly valued and Hope leaders have found several ways to care for them including a new preceptor program to focus on training new direct support team members.

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Life at Hope!

Hope Residence residents always stay busy doing a variety of different activities! 

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Honoring Hope volunteers

In observance of National Volunteer Recognition Week, Hope Residence volunteers were honored with a super-sized pizza during a luncheon held at KingsPath Senior Living

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