Our residents' days are filled with choices for interesting and lively interaction.
Shoreview Senior Living provides a wide range of activities to keep our residents on their toes. From strength training workouts and holiday parties to baking cookies and summer bonfires, our days are packed with opportunities for camaraderie and life enrichment. Our Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care residents come together to learn new skills, develop close friendships, connect on a spiritual level and share a few laughs.
Our highly-trained Memory Care activities staff provides special programming seven days a week for all stages of memory loss, including Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia. We schedule staff-led programs during the day, evenings and weekends to accommodate our Memory Care residents.
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Corinne Bielenberg has been with Shoreview Senior Living since August 2018. She received a BA in Elementary Education with a minor in English from Concordia University in Portland, Oregon, but transitioned to a career in senior living activities after moving to St. Paul.
As the Activities Director, Corinne finds fulfillment in working with people during a time that’s full of change and uncertainty. Knowing these years can be difficult at times, she loves providing activities that stimulate and benefit the mind, body, and spirit of her residents. Corinne feels so lucky to work with a staff that cares so deeply about the health and well-being of everyone who lives at Shoreview. Her favorite part of her profession is getting to know the residents, planning and personalizing activities just for them, and bringing meaning and joy to their lives every day.Email Corinne (651)-228-4069
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Every time I come to see Mom, I feel some apprehension and often cry on the way home. She is a shell, in many ways, of what she used to be. I pray, just bless our time together - and he does.
Today as I was leaving these leaves caught my eye. They had once been something that people would seek out in the fall to appreciate their beauty. They've been blown down in the wind and have disintegrated to a shell. Look, though, now they are intact - all of the veins of life still perfect. I asked a couple of people what they saw in them. "A rotten leaf." To me they are so beautiful in their "earthly imperfection." This to me was one of the many reminders I'm given when things are overwhelming.
Mom is intact and beautiful. Every time I watch you be with her I see it. I am so thankful that you are the one who can look at her as the woman she always was, not a shell, but beautiful as those adornments of youth have faded, sometimes more & more every day.
I love you for it!