For over thirty years, non-profit, community-owned Living at Home/Block Nurse Programs have helped elders stay healthy, safe and independent while living in their own homes. In turn, these communities have been made stronger by the continued contributions of their elders. The Living At Home Network is the·resource center that supports these community efforts and works to extend the program model to new neighborhoods, towns and cities.
If you need elder services, want to start a Program in your community, support this Program with your gift, volunteer or just want to learn more, we welcome your contact and look forward to getting to know you.
Special Project: Helping Seniors with Hearing Loss Stay Connected
Local LAHN programs working together as part of a Community Service/Services Development Grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services developed "Hear Ye, Hear Me", a project designed to help seniors with hearing loss stay connected. Their Guide to establishing a Hearing Assistance Program in Your community is available at the link below.