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Read the 2017-2018 Annual Report for updates on the 32 LAHN programs. Link to  the LAHN report for more details.

Announcing the:

2018 Living at Home Network Conference Thursday, September 27 9 am – 4 pm

Holiday Inn & Suites 75  37th Avenue S St. Cloud, Minnesota


Please see our LAHN 2018 Sponsorship Guide information and the Conference Schedule to...

More than 12,000 older adults  were  served by the Living at Home Network (LAHN)  in 2016-2017.  See  the LAHN report for more details.  

The Living at Home Network was cited as an example of how nonprofits ease the burden of home care in an October 26, 2017 Consumer Reports article, “Help With Home-Care Bills: Here are some often overlooked ways to ease the financial burden.”  The...

Join us for our Annual Conference on Friday, October 27, 2017 from 9 am – 4 pm Kelly Inn, 100 – 4th Avenue South St. Cloud, MN 56301 LAHN Annual Conference Program 2017 9-12-17 _2_

The Living At Home Network is excited to welcome Mary Quirk as our new Executive Director.  Mary has many years of experience with Living At Home/Block Nurse Programs and non-profit administration. We are fortunate to have her joining us again in...

Community Partners (Two Harbors) hosted “The Longest Day Bus Ride” in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association. This was held on June 20th, the longest day of the year.  The event recognized the fact that every day can be a long day for...

The SPROUT Garden is growing once again.  This annual partnership of Hamline United Methodist Church, Hamline University and Hamline Midway Elders will grow and distribute free vegetables and herbs to neighborhood seniors.   HME sprout