Employees of Stille Havn Hus, Adult Foster Care for Mentally Ill, have completed training to become a Dementia Friendly Business. Training was provided by ACT on Alzheimer’s Walker as a free community service. Owner Alex Rogen is committed to provide ongoing disability and dementia training for all employees. Back row left to right: Laura Harmon,… More Info
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National media spotlight on Minnesota’s dementia friendly efforts Once again, the transformative ACTing on Alzheimer’s work in Minnesota has national attention. A US News and World Report article, A Quest to Become Dementia Friendly, gives a snapshot of the passion of MN communities striving to be dementia friendly and recognizes the multifaceted work as… More Info
Meet Mark… I met Mark Kirchner on January 02, 2014, just as he was starting his life over again. He was a bit distraught and struggling with depression as he was recently divorced after 33 years of marriage. Mark was unemployed at the time of our meeting but had worked doing jewelry design out of… More Info
The Kaffe Havn Story… My name is Alex Rogen and I have worked in the family business since 2008. At Stille Havn Hus – our residential care facility – we strive to enhance the quality of life for each resident by providing superior residential services within compassionate communities woven with acceptance, dignity, mutual respect, forgiveness… More Info
Why a Women’s Networking Group? The Women’s Networking Group was started to give women in our area a place to meet, connect and build relationships to help support each other in their business endeavors. Our first meeting was in May of this year. Over 25 Women met and started the process of getting to know… More Info