Saint Therese of Woodbury‘s Superhero Volunteer of the Year for 2020 Imagine being bedridden and unable to do daily tasks, like simply getting your mail, without help. What if you…
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Saint Therese CEO Barb Rode Praised at Retirement Party
More than 100 people gathered to celebrate Barb Rode’s legacy at Saint Therese during a retirement party at Jax Cafe in northeast Minneapolis. Former and current employees, donors, Board members,…
With Saint Therese, Youth Shall Be Served
Earlier this year Saint Therese announced the winners of its Youth Volunteer Scholarships, Champlin resident Hallie Sweeter and Woodbury native Grace Schafhauser. As the school year ends this month, we…
A Labor of Love & Learning
Fulfillment in what they do has been a common thread in the stories we’ve told about Saint Therese nurses during National Nurses Month. Joan Nistler, RN, at Saint Therese at…
Nursing, Filipino-Style in New Hope
On the occasion of National Nurses Month, we continue our series highlighting the work that nurses do at Saint Therese, with a look at two sisters who’ve called Saint Therese…
Saint Therese Nurses Take a Bow
Healthcare workers were rightfully applauded for their selfless and heroic work during the pandemic. Nurses, a critical part of any team – and absolutely vital for a senior living community…
Decluttering to Downsize for Senior Living
We’re heading into peak moving season as experts say 80 percent of the moves in the U.S. happen between April and September. But for older Americans thinking about making a…
Inside Saint Therese of New Hope-A Special Resident Story
Last July, in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, Barb Hemberger joined Saint Therese of New Hope as its Director of Sales & Marketing. Through her work at this landmark…
As a Christmas gift to our community members, friends and partners, we invite you to enjoy this poem written by our care center residents at Saint Therese at Oxbow Lake in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.
Mary McAlpine, left, and Audrey Betz of Saint Therese of Woodbury make a blanket to be given to patients at Gillette Children’s Hospital They are among about 20 residents of the senior community working on the Kuddles for Kids Christmas project.
Inver Grove nursing students bring innovative ideas to improve the lives of seniors at Saint Therese of Woodbury.