Everyday, Northeast Senior Services, Inc. helps seniors, age 60+, in the communities of Columbia Heights, Northeast Minneapolis, New Brighton and St. Anthony Village, live independently in the home of their choice.
Northeast Senior Services, Inc.
The NE Seniors website is filled with information about LOCAL services for seniors in the area we serve, and if a service is not available locally, information about a resource outside the local area. Just click on one of the tabs to the left for information on the services you need. If you do not find what you need, call our office at 612-781-5096 and we will work with you to find the information you need.
Information about NE Seniors activities and events is located on the Event Page. NE Seniors activities include monthly foot clinics at two locations. Health Insurance Counseling for individuals on medicare monthly at two locations. A weekly walking group at Bottineau Park. Seniors Housing tours held three times each year. Real Estate related Legal Clinic for Seniors available monthly. An annual Gadget Fair.
The Gadget Fair was a great place to learn about 'gadgets', health aids and items, that can help a senior safely in their home and in their car.
Thank you exhibitors! Thank you seniors for attending!
Northeast Senior Services, Inc. thanks the following organizations for participating in the 2017 Gadget Fair and sharing their knowledge and resources with seniors:
Autumn Woods of St. Anthony, a Lang-Nelson Community for co-hosting the Gadget Fair at their beautiful apartment community;
University of Minnesota Occupational Therapy program students who demonstrated handy helps (gadgets) that make your car fit better and help passengers get in/out of a car - the picture below show a student with an attachable strap to assist passengers with entry and exit from a car;
Handi Medical Supply Services with gadgets that help seniors to improve mobility and safety in the home -- look at that cool one handed strainer in the picture below.
North Memorial Health Services demonstrating a emergency call system which is answered locally and a medication management system;
University of Minnesota Physical Therapy staff and student and Fairview Trauma staff for assisting seniors in getting a correct fit with their walkers and canes. A good idea for once you have recovered or as you age, to check the fit.;
Sustainable Resource Center for items that can help seniors stay in their homes longer (and they help install them) based on a sliding fee scale;
Tupperware with items that help seniors to keep food stored and organize their kitchen/home;
Comfort Keepers with a emergency call system and medication management system to help seniors stay safe at home;
Legacy Rehabilitation Services with a handout for an in-home exercise program for seniors and a local office for Physical Therapy.
Our Mission: Helping Seniors Live Independently With Dignity Phone: 612-781-5096