Welcome to Hamline Midway Elders!
Are you a caregiver to an older neighbor? Do one or both of you live in our service area? If so, we'd love to help you on your caregiving journey. Our 1-hour caregiver assessment can help you gain new perspective on the self-care, resources and education you may need to feel successful and nurtured yourself.
The metro area has a lot to offer caregivers, but it can be hard to know where to begin. This process can point caregivers toward the information and support services to feel confident in their role. Our Service Director, Monica Gallagher is a trained caregiver coach happy to provide this service at our office or as a home visit. For more information on caregiving, please contact Monica at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-209-6542.
Our volunteers may be able to help, too—through respite care, rides, chores, and more. The caregiver assessment is a great first step to explore your options.
People of all ages are invited to join us for our second community dinner in 2018 to be held on Thursday, April 26. This event features a "West African Drum Music" presentation by DrumHeart, the performance ensemble of the Women's Drum Project.
The dinner will be held in the Fireside Room at Hamline Church United Methodist (1514 Englewood Ave.) beginning at 6 pm. Since we expect a large crowd, reservations are strongly suggested—as it helps us know how many meals to prepare.
We request free-will donations (suggested $10 for adults and $5 for seniors & children) along with donations for a food shelf. Our goal for these dinner events is to attract a large audience for a wonderful meal (prepared by Chef Erik Hendrickson) along with an entertaining/educational presentation in order to spread the word about our program to the entire community.
To reserve seats and for more information, please contact Tom Fitzpatrick at 651-209-6542 or email@example.com.
Hamline Midway Elders
Helping seniors live well at home since 2001.
Address: 1514 Englewood Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55104
Phone: (651) 209-6542
We are a part of a network of 34 Living at Home/Block Nurse Programs throughout the State of Minnesota. For information on other programs, please contact the Living at Home Network at:
Hamline Midway Elders is supported, in part, by a Live Well at Home grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services.