St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care is taking the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously at both of our campuses. This is particularly important for our intergenerational day services center which serves the community’s most vulnerable populations—including frail elders and adults with disabilities. Measures we are currently taking include: Reinforcing the infection control policies […]
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Adult Care Currents (a St. Ann Center publication) Do you associate “massage” with stress relief or pro athletes? You’re not wrong! But have you considered massage therapy as a strategy to bring people with disabilities pain relief, better sleep and overall wellness, and to improve their quality of life? Research continues to grow that MT […]
St. Ann Center’s first Indaba African Ball was a feast for the eyes, ears and taste buds. Close to 100 people gathered at the Bucyrus Campus on Feb. 1 to help raise funds for the Indaba Band Shell, located at the north side campus, and ensure an upcoming summer of quality entertainment. Guests arrived in […]
Martin Luther King Jr. was wished a happy 91st birthday at both St. Ann Center campuses on the holiday celebrating the life and legacy of the esteemed civil rights leader. At the Bucyrus Campus, saxophonist and singer Bobby Jiles played and sang some of Dr. King’s favorite songs including “Oh Happy Day,” “Precious Lord Take […]
Sr. Edna Lonergan, OSF, 77, is among the winners of the prestigious AARP Purpose Prize for her work as founder and president of St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care, a trailblazing day services center for people of all ages and abilities in Milwaukee. The AARP Purpose Prize is the only national award that celebrates people […]