Warren Wolfe

Wed
16
Jan

Roseville circulator bus expands to serve southeast part of city


Newtrax driver Randy Creel escorted a passenger into a handicapped-accessible bus at the Roseville Target on the first day of an expanded route aimed at increasing the weekly service to people in southeast Roseville. She was headed back to her home at Greenhouse Village.The city-subsidized Roseville South Suttle Bus operates at midday on Tuesdays.

Fueled by volunteers fanning out to distribute maps in five languages, the weekly free circulator bus in south Roseville has expanded to serve immigrants in the southeast part of the city, as well as residents in senior housing.

Wed
19
Dec

Strategies to keep your brain healthy launches 2019 Dementia Caring & Coping series Jan. 10

For the fifth year, a series of dementia education programs will be offered in Roseville starting in January, providing information and strategies to help improve the quality of life for families living with Alzheimer’s and related diseases.  

Mon
05
Nov

Nov. 8 forum on 2019 Medicare health plan choices is at Roseville Library

 

A forum to help area residents sort through options as they choose a Medicare health insurance plan for 2019 will be held 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave. N.

Mon
22
Oct

Roseville council approves extending circulator bus pilot

The six-month experiment connecting south Roseville area senior housing sites with grocery stores, the library and other destinations will continue through next June with city financial support, the Roseville City Council has decided.

Tue
16
Oct

Experts will help Medicare beneficiaries

People with Medicare plans are advised to check every year to see if prices and coverage changes mean they could make a better choice. But it is particularly confusing for many trying to make a choice for 2019.

Tue
16
Oct

Medicare changes for 2019

People with Medicare plans are advised to check every year to see if prices and coverage changes mean they could make a better choice. But it is particularly confusing for many trying to make a choice for 2019.

Mon
15
Oct

Caregiver expert addresses next steps for family after a dementia diagnosis

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it often come as no surprise to the family. Warning signs have been there — forgetfulness, confusion, maybe changes in personality.

Tue
04
Sep

Program offers tips for dementia caregivers planning trips, holidays


Some of the documents included in the Memory Minder Travel Kit. Copies will be available free at the Sept. 13 Dementia Caring & Coping program at the Roseville Library. The kit was developed by the Roseville Alzheimer's and Dementia Community Action Team and also will be available online and at the library. submitted photo

When caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease, even normal family holidays or birthday gatherings can be difficult.

Tue
05
Jun

Program at Roseville Library will explore ‘Is it Time to Move?’

One of the most difficult decisions in later life often is deciding when it is time to move — from a house to an apartment, or to assisted living, or even to a nursing home.

Tue
15
May

Rescheduled Roseville transportation forum set for May 19

A forum to learn about transportation services in Roseville — and to explore “transportation deserts” in Roseville where more services are needed — is Saturday, May 19, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave. N.

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