Welcome to Hamline Midway Elders!
The mission of Hamline Midway Elders is to provide volunteer and professional assistance to enable elders to remain in their homes with independence, dignity and choice.
We have been a proud member of the Living at Home Network since our program opened in 2001. We're a one-stop resource to connect elders, caregivers and neighbors to resources to help seniors live independently at home.
New Service: Free In-Home Technology Assistance & Support
Many older adults struggle with today’s technology, so we’ve been able to obtain the services of a Hamline University intern this fall for this project. Intern Linda Lor (and occasionally Program Director Tom Fitzpatrick) can go into the homes of neighborhood elders to help with issues related to all types of technology, including home & cell phones (including voicemail), computers & the internet, and television (regular & cable including DVR, DVD, VCR & remote). If they can’t figure out a technology issue, they’ll look for further assistance.
The goal of this project is to help older adults learn how to use the technology they already have in their homes – there will be no pressure to purchase any products – and the service is free. For more information, please contact Tom Fitzpatrick at email@example.com or 651-209-6542.
Address: 1514 Englewood Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55104
Phone: (651) 209-6542
We are a part of a network of 37 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.